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1983 MARYLAND SCHEDULE 



Date 



Opponent 



Site 



Time 



SEPTEMBER 










10 


Vanderbilt 


Vanderbilt Stadium 
Nashville, Tennessee 


7:00 


CDT 


17 


West Virginia 


BYRD STADIUM 


8:00 


EDT 


24 


Pittsburgh 


BYRD STADIUM 


1:30 


EDT 


OCTOBER 










1 


Virginia 


BYRD STADIUM 


1:30 


EDT 


8 


Syracuse (BAND DAY) 


BYRD STADIUM 


1:30 


EDT 


15 


Wake Forest 


Groves Stadium 
Winston-Salem, N.C. 


1:00 


EDT 


22 


Duke(HOMECOMING) 


BYRD STADIUM 


1:30 


EDT 


29 


North Carolina 


BYRD STADIUM 


1:30 


EDT 


NOVEMBER 











Auburn 



Jordan-Hare Stadium 1:00 CST 
Auburn, Alabama 



12 



Clemson 



Memorial Stadium 1:00 EST 
Clemson, South Carolina 



19 



North Carolina State 



COVER PHOTO: Brian /.,-iuv 



Carter-Finley Stadium 1:00 EST 
Raleigh, North Carolina 




BOOMER 

"Boomer is a good quarterback. I think he's one oj the 

best and he's become even heller this year. He's getting 
rid of the hall quicker, is nunc precise in his mechanics 
and he's setting up quicker." HOBBY ROSS All I R 
SPRING PRACTICE. 



Esiason was one of 12 finalists for the Davey O'Brien 
National Quarterback Award and was honored by the 
Washington Touchdown Club as the Area College Player 
of the Year. 

He has completed 54 percent of his 556 passes for the 
Terps. The career percentage is the only mark he does not 
hold for the Terps as Bob Avellini hit on 23 1 of 394 for a 
career mark of .5X6 in 1972-74. 



QUARTERBACK BOOMER ESIASON (E-SIGH- 
ah-SUN) 6-4, 200, senior, is the most prolific passer in 
Maryland football history. Despite playing in only 21 
regular season games he holds the Terrapin career 
records for YARDS GAINED PASSING, TOUCH- 
DOWN PASSES THROWN. PASSES ATTEMPTED 
AND COMPLETED and the TOTAL OFFENSE 
MARK. 

He has started every game he has played in for the 
Terps and thrown one or more touchdown passes in 1 7 of 
the 22 games. He holds two single game passing marks 
and four season marks along with a pair of season total 
offense records. 

While setting the records he has led the Terps to wins in 
nine of the 1 2 ACC games. In his first game utilizing the 
offensive system installed by Coach Bobby Ross he threw 
for 276 yards and a pair of touchdow ns against National 
Champion Penn State. The Terps lost the game 39-3 1 but 
the Blonde Lefthander and the new offense had capti- 
vated Terrapin fans. The Terps wound up leading the 
ACC in scoring with 32.1 points a game and Esiason 
runner-up for league Player of the Year honors. 



In 1 1 games last fall Esiason hit on 176 of 3 14 passes for 
2,302 yards and 18 touchdowns. He had only 10 inter- 
ceptions, a passing percentage of .561 and averaged 209.3 
yards per game passing. He then hit on 19 of 32 passes for 
251 yards and a pair of touchdowns with only one 
interception against Washington in the Aloha Bowl, 
statistics that do not count in his season or career marks. 

His longest passes of the season were 50 and 60 yards to 
Russell Davis for touchdowns against Penn State. He 
also hit on three of four conversion passes that are not 
included in the statistics. 

As a sophomore he hit Russell Davis on scoring passes 
of 69 yards against Syracuse and 60 yards against Tulane. 

His top single games were 279 yards on 24 of 39 passes 
against defending National Champion Clemson and 276 
on 18 of 36 against National Champion Penn State. He 
also threw for 253 yards and three touchdowns on 19 of 
33 against Duke. 

Esiason also holds for the placements, has scored a pair 
of touchdowns rushing and caught a pass for 13 yards. 



ATT COMP .PCT INT YARDS TD SACKS 



CAREER TOTALS 556 298 .536 19 3937 



NOT INCLUDED IN CAREER STATS 

Aloha Bowl 32 19 .594 



251 



27 42 Longest TD pass 69 yards 

(5 TD passes over 50 yards — 9 over 25 

yards) 

(4 conversion passes) 

2 1 ( 19 to D'Addio. 36 to Tice. conv. pass) 




Boomer Esiason with former Terp Quarterback 
Jack Scarbath, now a member of WMAL'S 
Maryland Broadcast Crew. Scarbath, recently 
voted into the National Football Foundation Hall 
of Fame was a runner-up for theHeisman Trophy in 
1952 and a consensus All - American as a Split T 
Quarterback. 



PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 

Badanjek Bah-DON-ick 

Brkovich BERK-oh-VITCH 

Burmeister BURR-mice-ter 

D'Addio DAD-e-oh 

D'Atri D-AT-tree 

Donas Don-us 

Esiason E-SIGH-ah-sun 

Faucette FAW-SET 

Fazio Faz-e-oh 

Harraka Ha-ROCK-ka 

Holinka Hoe-link-ah 

Igus Eye-Gus 

Niederhelman Need-der-Helman 

Sabrowski Sah-brow-ski 

Schankweiler Shank-while-er 

Scriber Scribe-err 

Venezia Vee-neets-e-ah 

Waseleski Was-less-key 



HIS SOPHOMORE YEAR 



OPPONENT 


ATT COMP 


.PCT 


INT 


YARDS 


TD ! 


■>AC1 


Vanderbilt 


Did Not Play 












West Virginia 


32 15 


.469 


2 


164 





2 


N.C. State 


20 9 


.450 


2 


109 


2 





Syracuse 


23 1 3 


.565 


1 


199 


2 


2 


Florida 


26 10 


.385 





60 


1 


3 


Wake Forest 


22 14 


.636 





220 


2 





Duke 


10 6 


.600 





73 





1 


North Carolina 


32 16 


.500 


1 


233 


I 


5 


Tulane 


26 14 


.539 


3 


219 


1 


3 


Clemson 


38 1 5 


.395 





167 





5 


Virginia 


13 10 


.769 





191 





1 


TOTALS 


242 122 


.504 


9 


1635 


9 


22 



9 to John Tice, 15 to Mike Lewis 

69 to Russell Davis, 9 & conv. to Mike Lewis 

4 to John Tice 

53 to John Nash, 12 to John Tice 

4 to Bill Pugh 

60 to Russell Davis 



HIS JUNIOR YEAR 



Penn State 


36 


18 


.500 


2 


276 


2 


2 


West Virginia 


40 


24 


.600 


2 


217 


1 


3 


N.C. State 


26 


13 


.500 


1 


183 


1 


4 


Syracuse 


26 


15 


.577 





197 


1 





Indiana State 


15 


13 


.867 





203 


2 


1 


Wake Forest 


29 


12 


.414 


1 


192 


3 


3 


Duke 


33 


19 


.576 





253 


3 





North Carolina 


21 


12 


.571 


1 


166 


1 


2 


Miami 


29 


10 


.345 


1 


138 





1 


Clemson 


39 


24 


.615 


2 


279 


1 


3 


Virginia 


24 


16 


.667 





198 


3 


1 


TOTALS 


314 


176 


.561 


10 


2302 


18 


20 



50 & 60 to Russell Davis 

10 to Russell Davis 

8 to Russell Davis 

43 to John Nash 

8 to Greg Hill, 38 to Darryl Emerson 

22 & 28 to Greg Hill, 24 to Mike Lewis 

15 & 20 to Greg Hill, 12 & conv. to J. Tice 

20 to Russell Davis 

conv. to Mike Lewis 

37 to Greg Hill, conv. to Rick Badanjek 

23 to M. Lewis, 8 to G. Hill. 6 to D'Addio 



To The News Media 

We hope the 1983 edition of Maryland football will be 
helpful as you cover the Terrapins this fall. With this 
book goes an invitation to visit us as often as possible. 
Our offices arc located in Cole Field House, room I 145. 

We will have several telephones available for your use 
in the Byrd Stadium Press Box. However, if you wish 
exclusive use of a telephone please order it through your 
local office and we will have it installed at your seat. 

Only accredited photographers on assignment and 
game personnel are permitted on the sidelines. All 
sideline photographers must check in and pick up an 
arm-band before going to the field. The arm-bands are 
available at the west end of the working press section on 
the second floor of the press box. 

Please advise when your order is placed for credentials 
if you will be transmitting copy from the press box and if 
you will have equipment with you. The Sports Informa- 
tion Office will have two telecopiers available for use with 
all copy sent according to deadlines. 

Personnel from the Sports Information Office will 
send your copy and we will be in the press box until all 
copy has been transmitted. 

A play-by-play, halftime and final statistics, scoring 
summaries and brief post-game comments from the 
coaches will be provided the working press at all home 
games. 

For additional information and special requests please 
address all correspondence to the following address for 
quickest delivery. 

Sports Information Office 
Box 295 

College Park, Maryland 20740-0295 
Telephone (301) 454-2123 
864-4076 

ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 

Jack Zane (Marvland '60) 
HOME: (301) 322-3265 

ASSISTANT SID 

Patti Wessel Flynn (Maryland 77) 
HOME: (301)" 384-9868 

Gabe Romano (Marvland '82) 
HOME: (301) 441-8308 



The University ol Maryland actively subscribes to a policy 
of equal educational and employment opportunity. The Uni- 
\ersit> of Marvland is required b\ Title IX of the Educational 
Amendments of 1972 not to discriminate on the basis of sex in 
admission, treatment of students, or emplo\ ment. 




MAR)LA\D FOOTBALL 1983: Primed b\ University of Mary- 
land Priming Department 

Photo's provided h\ Delmar Studios. Michael Coffey, Larry Crouse. 
Brian Lewis. Tom \unemaker. Bill Selliff and Steve Smith. 



Contents 

ALL— ACADEMIC 29 

ALL-AMERICANS 43 

ALL-CONFERENCE 44 

ASSISTANT COACHES 22 

ATHLETIC DEPT. DIRECTORY 26 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR — Dick Dull 6 

AWARDS -- National 49 

Maryland 48 

FACTS ABOUT MARYLAND 27 

FUTURE SCHEDULES 80 

DEPTH CHART 31 

HEAD COACH Bobby Ross 4 

LETTERMEN All -Time 60 

NOTES ON TERPS 73 

OPPONENTS 1982 37 

PLAYER PROFILES 8 

PLAYER PICTURES 32 

PRESS INFO. — Motels & Transportation 35 

PRONUNCIATION GUIDE 2 

RADIO NETWORK 34 

RECORDS 52 

ROSTER - Alphabetical & Numerical 40 

SERIES RECORDS 51 

STATISTICS 1982 42 

WEIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM 28 




Bobby Ross assumed the duties as Head Coach at the 
University of Maryland on January 14, 1982 and less 
than a year later had his team in the initial Aloha Bowl in 
Honolulu, Hawaii. 

He immediately established a rapport with the mem- 
bers of the football squad establishing himself as a 
disciplinarian but one who treats every player as an 
individual. He impressed upon them the importance of 
their classroom work and captivated them with his 
football philosophy. 

He immediately captivated the Terrapin fans as well, 
despite making his first appearance in Byrd Stadium with 
an 0-2 record. However, the Terps scored 31 points 
against National Champion Penn State in the opener and 
lost a one point "decision at West Virginia when Ross 
declined a tie and went for a two point conversion and the 
win. 

He won his Byrd Stadium opener against North 
Carolina State 23-6 and then won seven in a row before 
suffering his only ACC loss of the season to Clemson 

24-22. 

Ross also made an impression on the high school 
coaching ranks as 288 coaches attended the annual 
Maryland Coaching Clinic this past spring. 

He has been accessible to the media and fans alike. The 
Washington Touchdown Club named him the 1982 
College Coach of the Year while the Media voted him 
ACC Coach of the Year honors. The Coaches voted him 
District III Coach of the Year honors. He has been 
selected to participate in the ABC/NCAA football tour 
of 1983 appearing before the Football Writers at Kings 
Island. 

He has covered Maryland and the neighboring states 
from border to border on speaking engagements and 
participated in numerous clinics. 

His 1982 Terrapins upset North Carolina 31-24 in 
Chapel Hill before a sellout crowd and a Regional CBS 



Robert J. "Bobby" Ross 
Head Football Coach 



television audience that covered over 30 percent of the 
nation. The Terps then returned to CBS to meet Clemson 
in Byrd Stadium and dropped an exciting 24-22 decision 
to the defending National Champions before 51,750 in 
the stadium that has 35,000 permanent seats. 

Ross impressed Director of Athletics Dick Dull with 
his outlook on Intercollegiate Athletics, his organiza- 
tional ability, his views on recruiting, classroom work 
and all phases of his coaching ability. 

He has had a hand in just about every phase of 
coaching. He served as a head coach in high school, head 
coach on the collegiate level and as an assistant in the 
NFL. As an assistant he has worked with the freshmen, 
the defensive secondary, the offensive backfield, and the 
linebackers. He has served as defensive coordinator and 
headed the recruiting programs at several schools. On the 
professional level he has worked with the special teams, 
the defense and the offensive backfield. 

As a head coach his 1974 Citadel team led the Southern 
Conference in total defense and his 1975 team ranked 
fifth in the nation in scoring defense, allowing opponents 
only 8.8 points a game. He coached The Citadel's all-time 
passer, all-time ground gainer and all-time placekicker. 
He also coached the school's first Associated Press All- 
American. His Citadel teams led the Southern Confer- 
ence in home attendance in his last three years there and 
in 1975 and'76 broke the all-time attendance records for 
the school. 

His first Maryland team led the ACC in scoring and 
rushing defense. The Terps also ranked third in the 
nation in rushing defense giving up only 87.2 yards a 
game and eighth in scoring with 32. 1 points a game. The 
Terps averaged 39,325 per game in Byrd Stadium, an 
increase of 8,225 per game over 1981, and the highest 
average attendance since 1978. It was the highest scoring 
team in the ACC since 1972 and only two league scoring 
champions ever scored more in the 30 years of the ACC. 

His first chore as the Maryland Coach was assembling 
a coaching staff. One that would bring new ideas and 
innovations to the game, experienced coaches and men 
who could convey their ideas to the young men. Eight of 
the nine assistant coaches have advanced degrees. The 
staff has worked with such well known coaches as Jerry 
Claiborne, John McKenna, Marv Levy, Bill Peterson, 
Ara Parseghian, Lou Holtz, Bo Rein, Bob Blackman, 
Ben Schwartzwalder, George Welsh, Bob Thalman and 
Vince Gibson among others. 

Coach Ross is a strong believer in conditioning and a 
weight program. He has Frank Costello working with the 
football team on a strength, conditioning and flexibility 
program. 

Ross was instrumental in having the Maryland Public- 
Secondary Schools Championship games played in Byrd 
Stadium in 1982. The four Championship games will 
again be played at Maryland this Thanksgiving weekend. 




HIGHLIGHTS OF HIS FIRST SEASON 
AT MARYLAND 

FIRST VICTORY: Terps defeated North Carolina 
State in Byrd Stadium 23-6 for his first Maryland win, 
first game in Byrd Stadium and first ACC game. He 
became the first Terrapin coach to win his initial 
league game since Lou Saban in 1966. Last three 
Maryland coaches had failed to win over the Wolfpack 
in their league debut. 

STREAK: Seven consecutive wins equaled the longest 
winning streak since the 1978 team won first eight 
games of season extending streak to 12. 

AWARDS: Eastman Kodak District III Coach of the 
Year as selected by the American Football Coaches 
Association. ACC Coach of the Year as selected by the 
ACSWA. & AP. National College Coach of the Year 
by the Washington Touchdown Club. Johnny Unitas 
Award by the Quarterback Club of Baltimore. Also 
honored by the Touchdown Club of Annapolis and 
others. UPI Coachof the Week for victory over North 
Carolina. 

POST-SEASON: Team selected to play in the Inaug- 
ural Aloha Bow 1 against Washington of the PAC 10. 
John Tice selected to play in the East West Shrine 
game and the Senior Bowl, Dave Pacella in the Hula 
Bowl and Mark Duda in the East West Shrine game. 

ATTENDANCE: Drew 235,950 to Byrd Stadium and 
508,179 for 12 games played. Increase of 8,225 per 
game and highest average home attendance since 1 978. 
Only three Maryland teams have averaged more. 
Total attendance of 508,179 ranks as second highest 
ever for Terps, topped only by the 1975 team, and only 
the second Maryland team to draw over a half million 
in one season. The 84. 597 at Penn State was the largest 
crowd to ever see the Terps play. 

NATIONAL RANKING: Team ranked 20th in final 
Associated Press and United Press International polls 
although not ranked in any pre-season polls. USA 
Today ranked the Terps 18th. 

RECORDS: First Maryland Coach to win eight games 
in his initial season. First to have a winning season in 
his first year at Maryland since Jim Tatum won seven 



of 1 1 games in 1947. Terps made 41 changes in the 
Maryland record book and 34 were established by the 
offense. 



BOBBY ROSS PROFILE 

EDUCATION: Graduated from Benedictine High 
School (Richmond, Virginia) in 1955. Received BA 
degree in English and History from Virginia Military 
Institute (Lexington, Virginia) in 1959. 

PLAYING EXPERIENCE: Three sport letterman at 
VMI (football, basketball and baseball). Quarterback 
and defensive back at VMI where he captained the 
football team. 

MILITARY EXPERIENCE: First Lieutenant, U.S. 
Army 1960-62 (Active Duty). 

COACHING EXPERIENCE: One year as head foot- 
ball coach at Benedictine High School (1959). One 
year as assistant coach and head baseball coach at 
Colonial Heights, Va. High ( 1962). Two years as head 
football coach at Colonial Heights (1963-64). Fresh- 
man football coach at VMI, (1965), and varsity 
assistant coaching the defensive secondary at VMI 
( 1 966). Four years as football assistant at William & Mary, 
coaching the offensive backfield (1967-68), defensive 
backfield coach and head of recruiting (1969) and 
defensive coordinator and head of recruiting (1970). 
One year at Rice University (1971) as linebacker coach 
and head of recruiting. One year at Maryland ( 1972) as 
linebacker coach. Five years as head football coach at 
The Citadel (1973-77). Four years as assistant coach 
with the Kansas City Chiefs as special teams and 
defensive coach (1978-79) and offensive backfield 
coach (1980-81). 

PERSONAL DATA: Born Dec. 23, 1936 in Rich- 
mond. Virginia. Married to the former Alice Bucker of 
Richmond. They have five children. Chris (in his 
fourth year at the Air Force Academy). Mary 
Catherine, Teresa, Kevin, and Robbie. 

HEAD COACHING RECORD: Won 32, Lost 35(17- 
16 in his last three years at The Citadel). 





Dick Dull is the chief administrator of an extremely 
successful Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. In his 
first two years as the Director of Athletics the Depart- 
ment has not only been successful in Intercollegiate 
competition but has been financially stable, operating in 
the black both years. 

Dull spent his first Christmas as Director of Athletics 
searching the nation for a Head Football Coach. His 
second Christmas on the job was spent in Hawaii as 
Bobby Ross took the Terps to the initial Aloha Bowl for a 
Christmas Day game against Washington. 

With the sole responsibility of finding a replacement 
coach, when Jerry Claiborne departed for his Alma 
Mater Kentucky, Dull publicly announced four criteria 
to guide his search: (1) a coach representative of the 
values, goals aspirations which Maryland had estab- 
lished for itself as an academic institution; (2) a coach 
capable of providing a positive meaningful and educa- 
tional experience for the young men who play football at 
Maryland; (3) a coach capable of winning football games; 
(4) a coach who believed in playing wide open offensive 
football with special emphasis on the passing game. His 
search ended in Kansas City where Ross was serving as an 
assistant with the Kansas City Chiefs in the National 
Football League. 

In his first year Ross took the Terps from a 4-6- 1 record 
to an 8-3 record, a national ranking and a berth in the 
Aloha Bowl. He was named Atlantic Coast Conference 
and District III Coach of the Year. 

Both Basketball teams followed with berths in the 
NCAA Championship Tournaments as the men played 
two games in Houston and the Women gained the final 
16. 

Dull has the responsibility for a self supporting 
department of the University with a five million dollar 
budget. In addition to supporting 22 varsity teams the 
Department is responsible for the operation and main- 
tenance of an IX hole golf course and driving range. Other 
facilities include Cole Field House. Byrd Stadium, 
Shipley Field, two football practice fields and an artificial 
turf all-purpose practice held In addition there are 
facilities for Intercollegiate Soccer. Women's Field 
Hockey, Lacrosse and Tennis. The department has o\ er 
90 employees. 



Richard Michael 'Dick'' Dull 
Director of Athletics 

Dull assumed the duties of Director of Athletics on 
August 1, 1981. He was appointed by the Board of 
Regents on June 19,1981. 

He was well qualified for the position taking over a 
department that he had worked his way through, begin- 
ning as a student athlete in 1964. 

Despite rising prices, especially in the areas of equip- 
ment, medical care, insurance, travel and scholarships 
and competition for the entertainment dollar, he has 
maintained financial solvency. 

The outlook for 1983-84 is bright. An aggressive 
promotional program, successful fund raising program, 
successful recruiting ventures and exciting competition 
against the best teams available all contribute to expec- 
tations for another year of national rankings and a 
balanced budget. 

Since joining the Maryland Athletic Department 
Dull's duties have encompassed everything from coach- 
ing on the field to scheduling, supervision and adminis- 
tration of all non-revenue sports, serving as liaison with 
the Office of Financial Aid, supervision and admin- 
istration of the Business Office of Intercollegiate Ath- 
letics and he reorganized the former Department of 
Women's Intercollegiate Athletics into the Office of Non- 
Revenue Sports. 

Since taking over as Athletic Director he has re- 
organized the promotions department and initiated new 
Athletic Department publications designed to whet the 
appetite of sports fans and athletes interested in Mary- 
land athletics. 

He initially came to Maryland as a student-athlete 
from Biglerville High in Pennsylvania. He received his 
Bachelor of Arts as a Political Science major in 1 967 and 
then moved on to the Maryland School of Law. 

He received his Doctor of Laws in 1971 and the 
experience gained as an Attorney at Law for four years 
contributed to his success and perseverance throughout 
the past two years. 

As an undergraduate he was a champion javelin 
thrower for the Maryland Track and Field team. His best 
competitive throw was 251 feet. 

He was Pennsylvania High School Champion in 1961 . 
the Pennsylvania Jay cee State Champion in 1963 and the 
PIAA State runner-up in 1963. In 1965 he was the 
National Junior AAU Champion. 

Among his many titles won while at Maryland are 
ACC Champion. Penn Relay Champion, and ACC-SEC 
Champion. He also placed eighth in the National AAU 
Championships and the NCAA Championships. 

As a javelin coach he produced two ACC Champions 
and an Ail-American, while also handling the academic 
affairs and administration of the Track team. 

His Bar memberships include the Court of Appeals of 
Marvland and the Federal Court for District of Mary- 
land! 

He served from June 1971 to June 1973 as Attorney at 
Law, Legal Aid Bureau in Baltimore, Marvland and from 
June 1973 to January 1975 as Attorney at Law with the 
University of Southern California. National Senior 
Citizens Law Center. While with USC he served for a 
period as the Acting Director of the Washington office. 

His hobbies include photography, fishing and motoi 
sports. He was born on July I. 1945. 




MARYLAND FOOTBALL STAFF — (Kneeling) Joe Krivak, Ralph Friedgen, Head Coach Bobby Ross, George 
Foussekis, Gib Romaine, Dick Portee. 

(Standing)Trainer J. J. Bush, Jim Cavanaugh, Jeff Mann, Scott Fanz, Denny Murphy, Frank Verducci, Greg Williams, 
Peter Dewald. 



THE FOOTBALL STAFF 



(area code 301 ) 



Head Coach Bobbv Ross 

(864-4384) 

ASSISTANT COACHES 

(454-2 1 25 or 2 1 28 — 454-4066. 4067 or 4068) 

Jim Cavanaugh Running Backs 

George Foussekis Asst. Head Coach 

Inside Linebackers 

Ralph Friedgen Offensive Coordinator 

Offensive Line 

Joe Krivak Quarterbacks & Receivers 

Jeff Mann Specialty Teams 

Dennis Murphy Defensive Guards 

Dick Portee Outside Linebackers 

Gib Romaine Defensive Coordinator 

Defensive Tackles 

Greg Williams Defensive Secondary 

GRADUATE ASSISTANT 

Frank Verducci 



SUPPORT STAFF 

Strength & Conditioning Coach Frank Costello 

Recruiting Coordinator John Misciagna 

Equipment Manager Ron Fulton 

Assistants Todd Goodman 

Lee Kloskey 

Grounds Lindy Kehoe 

"Bunk" Carter 

FOOTBALL SECRETARIES 

Linda Kubany 
Dotti Warren 
TERP NOTES 

Offense Multiple Pro 

Defense Wide Tackle Six 

Game Uniforms Red & White 

(Black & Gold trim) 

Helmets Red (with white script terps) 




1983 

TERPS 



O'BRIEN DARWIN ALSTON 

6-6, 210 (12/21/65) Fort Washington, Maryland 

Will join the Terps this fall as an outside linebacker 
candidate . . . was an OLB on the Oxon Hill State 
Champions last fall winning the title in Byrd Stadium . . . 
also played offensive tackle in high . . . center forward on 
basketball team and right fielder in baseball . . . brother 
Joseph plays baseball for Oxon Hill . . . born in 
Connecticut . . . FRESHMAN 

DAVID ROBERT AMEND "Dave" 
6-4, 235 (5/18/65) Baltimore, Maryland 

All-Metropolitan defensive lineman who will join the 
Terps this fall from Archbishop Curley . . . Honored by 
National Football Foundation & Hall of Fame at 
Baltimore's 20th Annual Scholar-Athlete Awards Din- 
ner . . . also played offensive tackle and wrestled in high . . . 
won the MSA "B" heavyweight wrestling title . . . played 
in 1982 all-star game against the County with three sacks, 
a fumble recovery and caused three fumbles . . . father 
attended Maryland in 1956 . . . captained the high school 
football and wrestling teams . . . born in Baltimore . . . 
FRESHMAN 



ROBERT PALL ARNOLD "Bob" 

6-4, 225 (1/4/65) Wyncote, Pennsylvania 

Will join Terps in fall as a defensive line candidate . . . 
all-state defensive tackle for Bishop McDevitt High in 
Philadelphia Catholic League . . . also put the shot on the 
track team . . . captained the football team . . . has six 
brothers and five sisters . . . hobby is weight lifting . . . 
born in Glenside. Pennsylvania . . . FRESHMAN 

JESS ATKINSON (90) 

5-9, 160(12/11/61) Camp Springs, Maryland 

Two year letterman . . . AU-ACC Placekicker as 
selected by the ACSWA and the HUDDLE ... has 
school record 5 1 consecutive P AT's going into the season 
... as sophomore set school records with 39 PAT's in 
season and 87 points scored by kicking . . . longest field 
goal 50 yards ... he hit six of nine attempts over43 yards 
and four of five between 36 and 40 yards ... he hit six of 
eight between 20 and 28 yards . . . total of 16 of 22 
attempts for season . . . for his career he has hit 28 of 43 
field goals and 63 of 65 PAT's . . . career total of 147 
points ... as sophomore he hit 1 2 of 2 1 field goals and 24 
of 26 PAT's ... he had a career high of four field goals 
gainst Syracuse last fall and hit three against N.C. State 
giving him nine in the first four games ... he enrolled in 

1 980 but went out for the soccer team and did not make 
the team . . . was not on the football roster in summer of 

1981 but won the kicking job in the fall ... he was a 
center-forward in soccer and on the tennis team three 
years each at Crossland High . . . captained both teams . . . 
played the trombone in the high school band . . . first 
collegiate filed goal was 21 yards against Vanderbilt . . . 
his longest attempt has been 53 yards as a sophomore . . . 
kicked off 41 times into or over the end zone as a 
sophomore ... 31 touchbacks . . . opponents started on 
the six, eight, 10, I 1 , 13, 1 6, and 19 twice ... he kicked off 
from the 25 into the end zone for a touchback against 
Wake Forest after a penalty against the Terps . . . born in 
Ann Arbor. Michigan . . . business major . . . JUNIOR 

RICHARD ALEN BADANJEK (40) "Rick" 
5-9, 206 (3/25/62) West Farmington, Ohio 

Lettered at fullback last fall with a freshman record 
nine touchdowns scored . . . played in all 1 1 games with 62 
carries for 274 yards and 4.4 average per carry . . . also 
returned seven punts for 6.9 average and caught five 
passes for 53 yards . . . worked at both fullback and 
runningback in the spring . . . bench presses 405 pounds 
. . . came to Maryland from Glen Mills Academy 
(Philadelphia) and Chalker High in Ohio . . . has three 
brothers and four sisters but only athlete in family . . . 
played football, basketball and baseball in high . . . 
Captained the football team and was all-time leading 
ground gainer . . . "back of the year", all-Ohio and second 
team high school All-American . . . Born in Trumball . . . 
SOPHOMORE 



STEPHEN SCOTT ANDERSEN (9) "Steve" 
5-10, 184 (3/6/61) Bristol, Connecticut 

Kicking candidate as a walk-on . . . came to Maryland 
from St. Paul Catholic High where he was a center and 
kicker, wrestled and was the weight man on the track 
team . . . brother Butch played football at Springfield 
College and brother Doug captained the football team at 
St. Paul Catholic . . . advertising and design major. . . has 
handled kicking chores for JV team . . . backup 
placekicker to Jess Atkinson . . . born in Neenah, 
Wisconsin . . . SENIOR 



JOSEPH ALAN BAILEY (43) "Joe" 

5-10, 175 (10/17/64) Connellsville, Pennsylvania 

Defensive right halfback in spring . . . participated but 
did not letter in '82 . . . quarterback and defensive back at 
Connellsville High . . . Captained the football and 
basketball team to post season play losing to Gateway 
High 15-6 and Latrobe 57-52 . . . MVP in football, won 
the hitting title in baseball and was a guard on the 
basketball team . . . most memorable moment was 
intercepting three passes in game against Butler . . . born 
in Connellsville . . . SOPHOMORE 



BRIAN MICHAEL BAKER (2) "Brian" 
6-0, 210 (6/20/62) Baltimore, Maryland 

rwo yeai letterman as outside linebacker . . . received 
top special team performei award in 'S2 . . . he had 12 
tackles, one QB sack and two tackles in hackfield as 
linebacker and 18 tackles while causing a fumble on the 
special teams . . . had eight tackles as a sophomore and 
played on the I angerine Bowl team as a freshman but did 
not letter . . played in seven tegular season games as a 
freshman and all I I as a sophomore . . . played for Augie 
Waibel at Baltimore Poly as a defensive tackle, defensive 
end and tailback . . . all-metro at Poly and sprinter on 
Hack team . . . captained the track and field team at Poly 
in '80 . . . business major . . . born in Baltimore . . . 
SENIOR 

CLARENCE RODNEY BALDWIN (23) "Clarence" 
5-11, 185 (9/20/62) Hyattsville, Maryland 

Two year letterman and starting defensive halfback . . . 
had 30 tackles last fall in the secondary and two on the 
speciality teams . . . also had two pass interceptions . . . 
three tackles and a fumble recovery in the Aloha Bowl . . . 
played in nine games with 22 tackles as a sophomore . . . 
linebacker, kicker, tailback and defensive back for Dr. 
Maus Collins at Archbishop Carroll where he also played 
basketball and baseball . . . Captained the baseball team 
two years ... on three championship football teams in 
high . . . born in North Carolina . . . SENIOR 

SHAWN BRUCE BENSON (61) "Shawn" 
6-2, 252 (3/13/61) Altoona, Pennsylvania 

Letterman on Aloha Bowl team as a junior . . . 
participated but did not letter in 79, '8 1 and redshirted in 
'80 . . . backup to Len Lynch on Aloha Bowl team at 
offensive right guard ... his brother Todd was a defensive 
lineman for the Terps and joined the New York Jets of the 
NFL . . . brother Brad played for Penn State and the New 
York Giants . . . Shawn captained the football team at 
Altoona Area High where he lettered three years and was 



voted the MVP in 1979 . . . also lettered in wrestling . . . 
bench presses 19(1 pounds . . . horn in Altoona . . . 
SENIOR 

ALVIN WILBERT BLOUNT (33) "Alvin" 
5-11, 195(2/12/65) Creenbelt, Maryland 

Will join the I et ps this tall as a runningback defensive 
back . . . played both positions lor Eleanor Roosevelt 
High . . . outfielder on the baseball team in high . . . most 
memorable moment was breaking a draw play 86 yards 
for a touchdown in the Homecoming game . . . born in 
Washington, D.C FRESHMAN 

CARL D. BOND (64) 

6-2, 245 (10/14/63) Wilmington, Delaware 

Offensive guard . . . played but did not letter on the '8 I 
team . . . redshirted in '82 . . . bench presses 440 pounds . . . 
came to Maryland from Salesianum High . . . captained 
the football team in high ... on runner-up for state 
championship in high and played in the Blue-Gold All- 
Star game . . . all-state in high . . . born in Bremerton. 
Washington . . . SOPHOMORE 

DARRELL LAMONT BOOKER "Darrell 
6-0, 195 (12/19/64) Willingboro, New Jersey 

Will become outside linebacker candidate with Terps 
this fall . . comes to Maryland from Willingboro High 
where he earned nine letters, three each in football, 
baseball and wrestling . . . captained the football and 
wrestling teams . . . will major in criminologv . . . born in 
Anchorage. Alaska . . . FRESHMAN 

TIMOTHY J. BORCKY "Tim " 

6-7, 250 (12/10/65) Trainer, Pennsylvania 

Will join the Terps this fall as a line candidate . . . 
played both offense and defense and both guard and 
tackle at Chichester High where he played three years . . . 
also played basketball for two years and handled the 
weights and javelin on the track team for three years . . . 




MVP in football along with all-state honors . . . brother 
Dennis played football at Memphis State as freshman 
last fall . . . captained the football team in '82 and on the 
1981 Delaware Valley Championship team . . . named to 
the Del. Co. All-Star game and the Big 33 All-Star game 
. . . born in Chester, Pennsylvania . . . FRESHMAN 

STANLEY J. BRACEY (35) "Stan" 

6-0, 180 (10/25/63) Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 

Wide Receiver in spring after working at runningback 
last fall . . . tailback at Tunkhannock High where he also 
played basketball, ran the sprints and handled the long 
and triple jump . . . captained the football and basketball 
teams . . . scored four touchdowns while winning the 
North Pocono game listed as his most memorable 
moment in sports . . . majoring in criminal justice . . . born 
in Philadelphia . . . SOPHOMORE 

JOSEPH MARK BRKOVICH (31) "Joe" 
5-11, 220 (3/9/61) McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman at fullback . . . participated '80 and 
redshirted in '81 ... lettered the past two years as a 
fullback . . . started as a sophomore . . . played in all 1 1 
games as a sophomore with 18 carries for 82 yards and 
caught 19 passes for 192 yards . . . played in 10 games last 
fall but carried only five times . . . captained the football, 
track and wrestling teams at Elizabeth-Forward High 
where he was a fullback and linebacker . . . earned three 
letters each in football and wrestling and two in track as a 
sprinter, weight man and javelin thrower . . . scored 23 
touchdowns in football and third in WPIAL as heavy- 
weight wrestler . . . team lost to Butler in playoff game 
27-19 in 78 . . . played on winning team in North-South 




WPIAL All-Star game . . . bench presses 365 pounds . . . 
business major . . . born in McKeesport . . . SENIOR 

STEVE BURDELSKI (25) 

5-11, 187 (1/7/62) Mt. Vernon, Virginia 

Walk on candidate as defensive back . . . enrolled in 
1980 and participated in 1981 and 1982 but did not letter 
. . . has played on the J V and dressed for varsity games . . . 
bench presses 305 pounds . . . safety on winning white 
team in spring game . . . JUNIOR 

STEVEN BURKE (20) 

5-10, 185 (11/21/62) Silver Spring, Maryland 

Walk on candidate at runningback . . . enrolled in 1981 
and participated on J V . . . redshirted last fall . . . carried 
six times as runningback in spring game picking up 23 
yards and caught two passes . . . bench presses 385 pounds 
. . . brother Terry enrolling in fall . . . from Northwood 
High . . . SOPHOMORE 



TERRY ALFRED BURKE 

6-2, 215 (10/23/65) Silver Spring, Maryland 

Will join Terps in fall as inside linebacker candidate . . . 
MVP at Northwood High as linebacker where he also ran 
track, sprints, and handled the shot put chores . . . played 
basketball in high . . . brother Brent attended Maryland 
and brother Steven is on the Terp football team as a 
sophomore . . . captained the football and track teams at 
Northwood . . . played in Byrd Stadium in State 
Championship game . . . MVP and Captain of Region II 
Championship game . . . born in Los Angeles, California 
. . . FRESHMAN 



JOHN D. BURMEISTER (39) "Doug" 
6-3, 204 (9/28/61) Oakton, Virginia 

Played on the '80 and '82 teams but did not letter ... on 
the Aloha Bowl squad . . . redshirted in '81 ... outside 
linebacker . . . bench presses 335 pounds . . . fullback and 
tailback in '81 ... played in three varsity games as a 
freshman . . . had one tackle last year, a quarterback sack 
and one tackle on the speciality teams . . . fullback in 
football and sprinter on track team for Oakton High 
where he captained the football team . . . first team 
all-district and second team all-regional honors in high 
. . . football team won district title in '79 losing to 
Robinson in regional game . . . brother Danny was an 
Ail-American for Oakton . . . business major . . . born in 
Washington, D.C JUNIOR 

DENNIS GERMANUS CARPIN (16) "Dennis" 
6-2, 210 (1/10/62) Philipsburg, Pennsylvania 

Had two tackles last fall but did not letter as outside 
linebacker . . . also participated in '80 and redshirted in 
'81 ... quarterback for JV in '80 and safety in '81 ... 
quarterback and safety at Philipsburg-Osceola High 
where he earned nine letters . . . four letters in baseball, 
three in football and two in basketball . . . captained the 
football team two years and the basketball team one year 
. . . born in Philipsburg . . . JUNIOR 

VERNON ENOCH CARTER (32) "Vernon" 
6-0, 185 (5/26/63) Laurel, Maryland 

Played in seven games last fall but did not letter with 3 1 
carries as runningback for 85 yards . . . also played but did 
not letter as freshman in '8 1 ... played in three games as 



outside linebacker as freshman and then moved to 
offense after injuries to Charlie Wysocki . . . returned to 
defense in spring as backup safety . . . carried 14 times for 
44 yards and had an I I yard II) run as a freshman 
came to Terps from Fort Meade High where he earned 
three letters in football as a linebacker and wingback and 
three letters in track as a sprinter . . . played for Jerry 
Mears in high . . . Uncle I oins Carter was record setting 
tailback for Terps 1971-75 before moving on to Oakland 
and Tampa in the NFI. . . . captained the football team in 
high . . . credits his uncle as inspiration in sports . . . born 
in Laurel . . .JUNIOR 

GEORGE C. COI.TON (74) 

6-4, 240 (7/28/63) Lindenhurst, New York 

Participated but did not letter in '81 and redshirted in 
'82 . . . offensive tackle . . . came to Terps from 
Eindenhurst High where he was accorded all-state 
honors in football and all-county honors on the track 
team . . . captained the track team in '80 . . . has three 
brothers and three sisters . . . hobbv is skiing and surfing 
. . . born in West Islip, New York ." . . SOPHOMORI 

BRIAN JUDE CONROY (76) "Brian" 
6-2, 261 (10/31/61) Cleveland, Ohio 

On the Aloha Bowl team but did not letter as tackle 
playing behind Dave Pacella the Jacob's Blocking 
Trophy winner . . . moved to center in spring . . . 
participated in '80 and redshirted in '8 1 ... all-conference 
in football and earned two letters each in football, 
basketball and track at Saint Edward High . . . has four 
brothers and four sisters and six participate in sports . . . 
placed third in state in power lift in '79 while in high . . . 
born in Berea, Ohio . . . JUNIOR 

AL CORNELL COVINGTON (18) "Al" 
6-0, 190 (6/17/63) Danville, Virginia 

Lettered as freshman safety on the Aloha Bowl team . . . 
had four tackles as a safety and nine tackles with the 
speciality teams . . . had one tackle in Aloha Bowl . . . 
known as "Bam Bam" in high at George Washington 
High where he captained the football team as a running- 
back and defensive back ... he was a high hurdler on the 
track team for four years . . . brother Bryant is an all-state 
wide receiver and will join the Terps this fall . . . Al was 
second team all-state in football and the state champion 
in the high hurdles (13.6) . . . also placed in state 
championship in 200 meters with 21.6 and district 
champion at 100 meters in 10.7 . . . fastest man on team in 
spring testing . . . born in Danville . . . SOPHOMORE 

BRYANT COVINGTON (1) "Keeta" 
5-9, 185 (3/6/65) Danville, Virginia 

All state at George Washington High as a wide receiver 
in football and sprinter on the track team . . . will join his 
brother at Maryland this fall . . . wide receiver candidate 
for the Terps . . . born in Danville . . . FRESHMAN 

DOUG COX (42) 

6-0, 205 (4/12/62) Bowie, Maryland 

Participated in '80 and '81 but did not letter . . . 
redshirted in '82 . . .JUNIOR 

DAVID JOHN D'ADDIO (44) "Dave" 
6-2. 226 (7/13/61) Union, New Jersey 

Co-Captain and three year letterman . . . fullback . . . 
played in nine games after missing two games, both 




losses, to open the season with an injury . . . carried 60 
times for 272 yards and 4.5 average with three touch- 
downs . . . also caught 19 passes for 248 yards and a TD 
. . . best all-around athlete and best at skills tests in spring 
. . . bench presses 405 pounds . . . voted the "Tough Terp" 
award in spring practice . . . lettered at fullback as a 
freshman and linebacker as sophomore . . . moved to 
linebacker after injuries at that position hampered squad 
. . . returned to fullback but missed 81 season with a 
medical redshirt . . . lettered at fullback as starter on the 
Aloha Bowl team . . . caught four passes including a TD 
pass in Aloha Bowl ... as a freshman played in seven 
varsity games with two carries and three pass receptions 
... as a linebacker played in all 1 1 games and the 
Tangerine Bowl . . . had 42 tackles ... he was a fullback 
and defensive end for Union High where he earned all- 
state honors in football and also was the weight man on 
the track team ... on championship team winning title 
against Plainfield in Meadowlands Stadium ... his 
longest run in high was 89 yards for a touchdow n ... his 
longest last fall was 28 yards and he had a 37 yard pass 
reception among his 19 catches . . . business major . . . 
born in Newark, New Jersey . . . SENIOR 

PATRICK A. D'ATRI (46) "Pat 

5-10, 215 (2/23/63) Cumberland, Maryland 

Participated but did not letter in '8 1 and redshirted last 
fall as linebacker . . . inside linebacker in spring . . . bench 
presses 440 pounds . . . came to Maryland from Fort Hill 
High where he lettered in football and wrestling for four 
years each and also earned three letters in track ... as a 
linebacker, fullback and tackle in high where he won the 
best defensive player award, the William Daily award, 
the Hipsilev award, the Snvder award and Jim Turner 
award . . . born in Cumberland . . . SOPHOMORE 



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RUSSELL ALAN DAVIS (84) "Russell" 
6-5, 215 (6/16/60) Steelton, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman at split end for Terps . . . 
participated but did not letter in 79 as a tight end . . . 
redshirted in '80 ... as a sophomore caught 26 passes for 
498 yards and a pair of touchdowns . . . also ran the 
football for 67 yards on six carries . . . oneTD rushing . . . 
as a junior caught 27 passes for 445 yards and five 
touchdowns . . . for career has caught 53 passes for 943 
yards and seven touchdowns . . . had a 69 yard pass 
reception against Syracuse and one of 60 yards against 
Tulane . . . as junior had TD receptions of 50 and 60 yards 
against Penn State in opener . . . has also returned a 
kickoff 40 yards . . . had a 4 1 yard run from scrimmage as 
a sophomore . . . all-big 33 while playing for Central 
Dauphin East and achieved all-state and Ail-American 
honors in high . . . played three years as an end . . . also 
played basketball in high . . . ranked amongthe top 100 in 
the nation in high . . . bench presses 305 pounds . . . born 
in Harrisburg. Pennylvania . . . SENIOR 

ROBERT L. DEPAUL (38) "Bobby" 
5-11, 225 (1/24/63) Bowie, Maryland 

Letterman linebacker on Aloha Bowl team with 28 
tackles . . . also had a quarterback sack and a tackle for no 
gain . . . had one pass interception . . . had two tackles and 
a fumble recovery in the Aloha Bowl . . . starting 
linebacker in spring . . . came to Terps from Archbishop 
Carroll High where he lettered four years in baseball, 
three in football and one as a 155 pound wrestler . . . 
captained the defense for two years in high . . . was the 
1980 MVP in football, received the Martin Cain Award 
and was honored by the Brookland Club, Pigskin Club 
and was accorded all-met honors as well as Ail-American 
honors . . . played for DR. Maus Collins in football and 
was named the athlete of the year . . . brother Anthony 
attended Maryland as an Engineering Major and played 
rugby . . . brother Chris also played football and wrestled 
at Carroll High . . . younger brother Joe is also a three 
sport athlete . . . captained the baseball team in high . . . 
most memorable moment in sports was 1979 champion- 
ship game against DeMatha won with a touchdown in 
last seven seconds . . . born in Cheverly, Maryland . . . 
JUNIOR 

KEVIN PAUL DONAS (47) "Kevin" 
6-0, 206 (8/26/63) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Participated but did not letter as a freshman last fall . . . 
split end last fall but moved to defense as outside 
linebacker . . . captained the football team as a wide 
receiver and defensive back at North Hills High . . . 
all-state, all-W PI AL, MVP and player of the year in high 
... on fabulous 22 (Post Gazette) and finest 44 (Press) . . . 
most memorable moment in sports — as a wide receiver 
threw a touchdown pass off an end around play with 42 
seconds left in the game to beat Butler . . . born in 
Pittsburgh . . . SOPHOMORE 

DOUGLAS VINCENT DRAGAN "Doug" 
6-4, 235 (2/24/65) Beaver, Pennsylvania 

Fullback and linebacker candidate when he joins the 
Terps in the fall . . . co-captain of the Beaver Area High 
football team . . . won top defensive player award and 
head hunter award and on Press finest 44 team ... on 
all-state list, WPI AL all-stars . . . hobby is weightlifting . . . 
captain of fellowship of christian athletes and on 
academic honor roll in high ... on WPI AL championship 
teams in '81 and '82 . . . WPIAI. sectional champs in 



baseball in '82 . . . undefeated in football both years . . . 
born in Inaiana, Pennsylvania . . . FRESHMAN 

DUANE RODERICK DUNHAM "Duane" 
6-4, 238 (12/16/64) Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Captained the football team for John Harvill at 
Gaithersburg High . . .joins Terps in fall as defensive line 
candidate . . . lettered twice in football and track and 
played basketball in high . . . weight man on track team 
. . . born in St. Louis, Missouri . . . FRESHMAN 

FERRELL EDMUNDS, Jr. 'Terrell" 
6-6, 223 (4/16/65) Danville, Virginia 

Tight end candidate joining the Terps this fall from 
George Washington High ... on state championship 
team in high as tight end . . . lettered twice in football and 
also in basketball as the center . . . has six sisters and two 
brothers . . . younger brother Willie also plays football at 
George Washington . . . Born in South Boston, Virginia 
. . . FRESHMAN 

ROBERT ANTHONY EDWARDS (72) "Tony" 
6-5, 255 (5/22/63) Silver Spring, Maryland 

Offensive tackle . . . participated but did not letter in '8 1 
and redshirted in '82 . . . bench presses 335 . . . linebacker 
and tight end at Wheaton High where he won all-league 
honors two years . . . also lettered in baseball and basket- 
ball two years each . . . captained the football team in '80 
and the basketball team two years ... on two champion- 
ship teams in football and one in baseball . . . sister Helen 
1 972-76 and sister-in-law Cynthia 1972-76 attended Mary 
and . . . hobbies include water skiing and fishing . . . born 
in Washington, D.C SOPHOMORE 




NORMAN JULIUS ESIASON (7) "Boomer" 
6-4, 200 (4/17/61) East Islip, New York 

Two year letterman quarterback who has started the 
last 22 football games for the lerps and ranks as Mar} 
land's all-time passer. (SEE RECORDS AND STATIS- 
I It'S, PAGE ONE) . . . took over in the second game of 
his sophomore season alter Brent Dew it/ and Hob Vol- 
kovich were injured in the opener . . . has held the job 
since ... a hard worker he bench presses 330 pounds 
. . . alter his record setting year he worked hard in the 
spring prompting Coach Bobby Ross to say. "He's 
become even better this year. He's getting rid of the ball 
quicker, is more precise in his mechanics and he's setting 
up quicker." ... he enrolled and participated in 1979 and 
was redshirted in '80 . . . the lefthander was a quarterback 
and kicker for Fast Islip High where he won all-state honors 
. . . he lettered three years each in football, basketball, and 
baseball . . . twice all-league in all three sports and cap- 
tained all three teams . . . MVP in baseball in high . . . 
football team won the Rutgers trophy . . . threw three 
fourth quarter touchdown passes against Brentwood 
after trailing 20-6 for 35-20 win . . . East lslip's "most 
valuable athlete" and "most valuable back" ... on honor 
roll for four years in high and received National Eootball 
Foundation Scholar-Athlete award . . . threw winning 
touchdown pass in North-South all-star game ... in 
championship baseball game in high came on in extra 
innings with one run lead and walked the 7-8-9 hitters in 
the order and then struck out the next three to win the 
game . . . father played football and basketball at Colum- 
bia ... his aunt Louise attended Maryland . . . has 
answered to "Boomer" since a youngster . . . kicker at 
Columbia was called Boomer and he kicked a lot before 
birth. His father would ask his mother how little Boomer 
was doing . . . the name stuck after his birth ... he has 
dedicated his senior football season to a high school 
friend who was killed in an elevator accident in Queens, 
New York on April 14. The 19 year old Tullio Costarelli 
had served eight years as manager for the East-Islip High 
football team. "He was and still is an inspiration to me 
and all of East Islip," says Esiason. Esiason was born in 
West Islip, New York SENIOR 

CHUCK FAUCETTE (11) 

6-3, 230 (10/7/63) Cinniminson, New Jersey 

Joined the Terps this past spring after serving two 
years in professional baseball in the Toronto farm system 
. . . inside linebacker . . . bench presses 310 pounds . . . 
played football and baseball at Willingboro High and 
captained both teams . . . born in Levitown. PA . . . 
FRESHMAN 



RONALD ANTHONY FAZIO (88) "Ron" 
6-4, 230 (6/5/62) Willingboro, New Jersey 

Letterman tight end on the Aloha Bowl team . . . 
caught seven passes for 72 yards as backup to John Tice 
. . . participated but did not letter in 1980 and redshirted 
in '8 1 ... also a punter ... on ACC honor roll for 1 98 1 -82 
as economics major . . . tight end. defensive end. punter 
and placekicker at Willingboro High where he captained 
the football team . . . also the weight man and threw the 
javelin on the track team . . . three letters each in football 
and track . . . straight A student in high . . . bench presses 
315 pounds . . . played in the 1980 New Jersey all-star 
game . . . kicked 27 and 4 1 yard field goals to tie Cherokee 
High . . . born in Meadow brook. Pennsylvania . . . 
JUNIOR 



TYRONE RICHARD FURMAN (95) "Tyrone" 
6-1, 225 (2/19/61) Reisterstown, Maryland 

Two year letterman defensive guard . . . all-AC< 
candidate ... 54 tackles as a junior with two quarterback 
sacks, three minus plays for 25 yards and three tackles for 
no gain . . . had four tackles and knocked down two 
passes in Aloha Bowl against Washington . . . bench 
presses 315 pounds . . . named most improved player in 
spring . . . fullback on junior varsity in '79 and redshirted 
in '80 . . . played in eight games in '81 with 16 tackles 
including an eight yard quarterback sack . . . was all-state 
runningback for Franklin County High where he 
averaged seven yards a carry and gained 1,173 yards 
rushing . . . scored 20 touchdowns in high . . . also on track 
team in high . . . captained the football and track teams 
and was named athlete of the year . . . SENIOR 

STANLEY MORRIS GELBAUGH (8) "Stan" 
6-3, 200 (12/4/62) Carlisle, Pennsylvania 

Backup quarterback on Aloha Bowl team . . . injured 
and missed much of spring practice . . . played in three 
games in '81 as a freshman and four games as a 
sophomore . . . threw one pass as a freshman, a 13 yard 
completion to Quarterback Boomer Esiason as he lined 
up at tailback . . . threw nine passes and completed six for 
48 yards last fall . . . came to Maryland from Cumberland 
Valley High where he was a three sport athlete in football, 
basketball and track . . . most memorable moments in 
sports includes kicking a 36 yard field goal with 14 
seconds left to beat Carlisle 20-17 and the Milton 
Hershey game where with 5:30 left in the game he threw 
two touchdown passes and intercepted a pass on defense 
to win 27-17 . . . pre-law major . . . born in Carlisle . . . 
JUNIOR 

JOSEPH GIULIANO "Joe" 

6-5, 240 (1/1/65) Dobbs Ferry, New York 

Tight end and defensive line candidate when he joins 
the Terps this fall . . . all-state playing both positions at 
Dobbs Ferry High . . . four sport letterman with three 
letters in football, four in basketball, two in baseball and 
one in track . . . brother Anthony plays soccer for the New 
York Eagles . . . captained the baseball team ... on state 
championship football team . . . MVP in championship 
game as tight end . . . most memorable moments include 
winning state championship and scoring three touch- 
downs in playoff game and setting record in javelin throw 
165-10 in '81 . . . born in Italy . . . FRESHMAN 

KEVIN BERNARD GLOVER (70) "Kevin" 
6-2, 254 (6/17/63) Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

Starting offensive center although he lettered as start- 
ing offensive tackle on Aloha Bowl team . . . bench 
presses 340 pounds . . . played but did not letter as 
freshman in '8 1 ... made move to center in spring and has 
potential to be one of the best centers the Terps have had 
in years . . . also worked on defense as freshman . . . came 
to Maryland from Largo High where he was a tight end 
and defensive tackle lettering in football three years . . . 
also earned two letters in basketball, two in track and one 
in wrestling. . . captained the football team . . . 1980 team 
had 9-1 record with five shutouts . . . MVP and all-met 
honors . . . born in Washington. D.C. . . . JUNIOR 

JAMES DUANE GROSS (51) "J. D." 
6-0, 233 (11/7/61) Landover, Maryland 

Earned his second letter as a starting outside line- 
backer after lettering as a defensive guard in his 



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sophomore season . . . played in two games as a freshman 
linebacker ... in 10 games as a guard he had 19 tackles 
and a fumble recovery . . . last fall playing the outside on 
the Aloha Bowl team he had 49 tackles with a quarter- 
back sack and two tackles in the backfield . . . had one 
pass interception . . . added two tackles in Aloha Bowl 
game . . . bench presses 395 pounds . . . all-met linebacker 
and football captain at nearby Northwestern High . . . 
also played basketball in high . . . all-ACC candidate . . . 
SENIOR 

ROBERT EDWARD GUNDERMAN (29) "Bob" 
6-0, 180 (12/31/61) West Milford, New Jersey 

Letterman on Aloha Bowl team as defensive back . . . 
had six tackles on defense and six with speciality teams 
during season along with a pass interception that he 
returned 22 yards . . . bench presses 335 pounds . . . gained 
national attention when he remained behind at the hospi- 
tal having a hand injury treated when the team left for 
Hawaii and the Aloha Bowl . . . following a few hours 
later he was put on the wrong plane in New York and 
wound up in South America without proper credentials 
... he missed the first practice in Hawaiijoiningtheteam 
to a standing ovation at dinner the second night in 
Hawaii . . . team and coaches now refer to "Gunderman's 
Travels" . . . redshirted as a freshman with injury . . . 
played but did not letter in '8 1 . . . all-conference defensive 
back for West Milford High . . . earned three letters on 
football team and four on track team running the sprints 
and hurdles ... in 77 started on defense ... in 78 & 79 
started on both offense and defense . . . captain in 79 . . . 
MVP in football in both 78 and 79 . . . as junior scored 10 
touchdowns and caught 20 passes ... as senior set school 
scoring record with 1 1 2 points . . . single game record with 
five touchdowns . . . school record 970 yards rushing and 
averaged over six yards a carry ... on defense as senior 
had 45 solo tackles and four pass interceptions . . . MVP 
in track as junior and undefeated in 100 yard dash. . .also 
hurdles champion of Northern New Jersey . . . had two 
uncles Ed Gunderman ('65 & '66) and Tom Gunderman ( '57- 
'59) play for Maryland . . . Tom was all-ACC guard in '59 
. . . born in Pompton Plains, New Jersey . . . JUNIOR 

GREGORY ELIAS HARRAKA (57) "Greg" 
6-2, 257 (6/1/62) Wayne, New Jersey 

Lettered as offensive tackle on Aloha Bowl team . . . 
redshirted in '81 and participated in '80 as a guard and 
center . . . starting offensive tackle in spring when Kevin 
Glover moved to center . . . ACC Honor Roll student the 
past three years as an education major . . . bench presses 
400 pounds . . . three year letterman center and defensive 
tackle for DePaul High where he was accorded all-state, 
Ail-American honors and captained the football team . . . 
also played baseball and handled the weight and javelin 
chores on the track team ... on conference championship 
team in high and played in Meadowlands Stadium for 
state championship . . . named to the North-South all- 
star game . . . born in Paterson, New Jersey . . .JUNIOR 

GREG PERNELL HARRELL (86) "Greg" 
6-4, 210 (4/22/62) Harrellsville, North Carolina 

Wide receiver candidate . . . joined the Terps in spring 
'82 . . . redshirted after two years at Chowan Junior 
College . . . injured last fall and missed spring practice . . . 
tight end and split end at Ahoskie High where he also 
played basketball . . . three years in football and averaged 
16 points and 15 rebounds for basketball team his senior 
year . . . co-captain of the basketball team . . . while at 
Chowan defeated Jones J.C. of Mississippi in the East 



Bowl 27-14 . . . brother Sam Harrell played for East 
Carolina and with the Minnesota Vikings . . . JUNIOR 

DANIEL CHRISTOPHER HENNING "Dan" 
6-0, 180 (6/22/65) Annandale, Virginia 

Will join the Terps as a quarterback this fall after an 
outstanding year at Annandale High where he was all 
district . . . also played baseball and basketball in high . . . 
father coaches the Atlanta Falcons . . . has three sisters 
and vounger brother . . . born in San Diego. California . . . 
FRESHMAN 

GREGORY LEE HILL (4) "Greg" 
5-11, 165 (5/7/61) Seat Pleasant, Maryland 

Starting wide receiver on Aloha Bowl team . . . caught 
19 passes for 331 yards, 17.6 yard average per catch and 
seven touchdowns . . . only one Terp ever caught more 
TD catches in one season (8). TD catches of 37, 28, 22, 20. 
15, and eight twice . . . redshirted in '81 and defensive 
back in '80 as a freshman . . . came to Terps from 
Crossland High where he was an all-met defensive safety 
. . . lettered two years each in football and basketball . . . 
also played quarterback in football . . . all-state and high 
school All-American . . . captained both the football and 
basketball teams . . . county AA champions in football 78 
. . . born in Washington, D.C. . . . JUNIOR 

GILBERT BERNARD HOFFMAN (27) "Gil" 
5-10, 170 (5/9/62) Washington, D.C. 

Lettered as defensive back on Aloha Bowl team . . . 
started part of season . . . injured part of season . . . had 10 
tackles with two interceptions . . . all-met defensive back 
at DeMatha High where he captained the football team 
in 79 . . . participated but did not letter for Terps in '80 
and redshirted in '8 1 . . . bench presses 300 pounds . . . had 
seven interceptions for DeMatha and caught eight TD 
passes . . . also returned a kickoff and punt for touch- 
downs in high . . . kickoff return on game opening kick 
and is listed as his most memorable moment in sports 
along with a game winning pass interception . . . three 
year letterman in football and twice in basketball ... on 
conference and city championship team in 78-79 season 
beating Dunbar for city title in Cole Field House . . . 
concert pianist and member of Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes . . . pre-law major . . . born in Washington, D.C. . 
. .JUNIOR 

ERIC A. HOLDER (81) "Eric" 

6-0, 175 (11/19/64) Palmer Park, Maryland 

Split end in spring and in '82 but did not letter . . . came 
to Terps from nearby Parkdale High where he earned 
three letters as split end, three letters in baseball and two 
letters in basketball . . . player of year for Parkdale . . . 
captained all three teams at Parkdale . . . most 
memorable moment scoring two touchdowns to come 
from behind and win Homecoming game . . . born in 
Washington, D.C SOPHOMORE 

JEFFERY HOLINKA (62) "Jeff 

6-3, 256 (9/14/63) Pottstown, Pennsylvania 

Offensive tackle . . . bench presses 320 pounds . . . 
participated but did not letter as freshman . . . came to 
Terps from Glen Mills Academy (Philadelphia) and 
Pottsgrove High . . . third team all-state in high . . lust 
team all-district . . . offensive and defensive tackle for 
three years at Pottsgrove and one year at Glen Mills . . . 
captained both his high school and prep team . . . most 
memorable moment was Glen Mills beating Penn State 
J.V. 18-0 . . . born in Pottstown . . . SOPHOMORE 



WILLIAM HUGHES "Bill" 

6-5, 280 (6/6/65) Saddle Brook, New Jersey 

Offensive line candidate joining rerps this fall from 
Bergen Catholic High , , all-state offensive tackle in high 
. . . brothers Joe ami Larry both played at Montclair 
State . . . on state championship team in '82 . . , bom in 
Ridgewood, New Jersey . . FRESHMAN 

CHRIS JAMES IGUS (71) "Chris" 
6-0, 253 (5/5/63) Last Orange, New Jersey 

Offensive guard . . . on Aloha Bowl team but did not 
letter . . . offensive and defensive guard at Fast Orange 
High earning three letters also lettered in baseball . . . 
all-state . . Worall Publication player of the year . . . 
I >ailj News all-star team and all-star award . . . played in 
North-South all-star game . . . born in Newark. New 
Jersey FUNIOR 

LENDELL JONES (6) 

5-10, 185 (7/3/61) Easton, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman defensive back . . . had 26 tackles as 
sophomore and 45 last fall on Aloha Bowl team . . . one 
tackle on speciality teams . . . seven interceptions last fall 
to lead ACC and only three players in the nation had 
more ... he had three interceptions as a sophomore . . . 
four interceptions in one game tied ACC record and was 
Maryland record ... he has blocked two field goal 



attempts . . . returned nine punts lor 56 yards as a 
sophomore . . . captained the football and basketball 
teams at 1 aston High where he also played baseball . 
earned three letters each in football and baseball and one 
in basketball . . on all-state list in football . . . brother 
William basketball player at Rutgers . . . played on 
I astern Pennsylvania championship teams in football 
and baseball . . . three sisters and three brothers . . . born 
in Sweetwater. Alabama . SENIOR 

JAMES ALLEN JOYCE (99) "Jim" 
6-3, 247 (9/12/61) Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Two year letterman defensi\e tackle . . . played in nine 
games with five tackles and a fumble recovery as a 
sophomore . . . had four tackles and one quarterback sack 
on Aloha Bowl team and added eight tackles on speciality 
teams . . . redshirted in '80 . . . bench presses 435 pounds 
. . . came to Terps from Gaithersburg High where he 
co-captained the championship football team . . . all-met 
and Montgomery County defensive player of the week 
while beating state champions Seneca Valley . . . most 
memorable moments were beating Seneca Valley and 
winning Penn Relays Championship . . . played for John 
Harvill in football and father Fred Joyce on the track 
team ... his father played for Maryland winning the 
Anthony C. Nardo Memorial Trophy as the "Best 
Football Lineman of the Year" for the Terps in 1964 . . . 
his father started for Maryland as a sophomore . . . 




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recorded a 61 foot shot put and 175 foot discus throw in 
high . . . born in Cumberland, Maryland . . . SENIOR 

WILLIE JOYNER (34) 

5-10, 197 (4/2/62) Brooklyn, New York 

Two year letterman runningback ... in 10 games for 
Aloha Bowl team he rushed for 1 ,039 yards, an average of 
103.9 yards per game . . . his top game was a school record 
240 yards against North Carolina in a CBS regional TV 
game ... he carried only 16 times but had touchdown 
runs of 48 and 84 yards, both in the fourth quarter ... he 
had 212 yards in second half on nine carries ... in 
addition to his scoring runs he had a 55 yard run setting 
up the touchdown to tie score 17-17. North Carolina at 
the time gave up only 45 yards a game rushing and 
finished the season allowing only 101 yards a game 
rushing ... he was one of only 14 players in the nation to 
average over 100 yards a game rushing and seven of the 14 
were seniors ... he also caught 1 7 passes for the Terps . . . 
he had 1 70 yards on 25 carries against Virginia and 1 1 1 on 
26 carries against North Carolina State ... he also had 95 
against Miami on 20 carries ... he rushed for 77 yards and 
a pair of touchdowns against Penn State in the season 
opener despite being hampered by an injury and then 
missing the second game of the season against West 
Virginia ... he had 96 yards rushing against West 
Virginia as a sophomore but only played in five games 
while hampered by an injury ... he was the Sports 
Illustrated player of the week after the UNC game and 
ACC offensive back of the week . . . also ACC back of the 
week after Penn State game. . . NCAA/ CBS player of the 
game earning 1,000 dollar scholarship for university . . . 
all-ACC selection by The Huddle . . . tailback on '80 
Tangerine Bowl team but did not letter as a freshman . . . 
carried five times all against Penn State and caught one 
pass against Pittsburgh . . . injured and missed most of 
season . . . bench presses 335 pounds . . . MVP and 
outstanding back for Lafayette High as a tailback and 
defensive back . . . also sprinter on track team and lettered 
in baseball with two letters in each sport . . . captained the 
football team ... as a senior had 22 touchdowns, 1,761 
yards rushing and a game of 323 yards on 28 carries with 
four touchdowns ... on New York City big 44 and voted 
one of top ten players in New York City-New Jersey area 
... in senior all-star game between Brooklyn and Staten 
Island he had 102 yards on 19 carries and was voted MVP 
of game . . . career totals are 239 carries for 1 ,232 for 5.2 
average per carry and 28 receptions for 23 1 yards ... he 
has scored eight touchdowns all rushing . . . born in North 
Carolina . . . SENIOR 



in Byrd Stadium last fall winning state championship 
with Thomas Johnson High as offensive and defensive 
tackle . . . three year letterman in football and as weight 
man on track team . . . two letters in basketball ... on 
state championship basketball team . . . high school 
All-American in football . . . brother Charles was state 
heavyweight wrestling champion for Thomas Johnson 
and also played football with all-state honors and was 
weight man on track team . . . wrestled at Massachusetts 
. . . sister Natalie is nationally ranked in shot put and 
undefeated in dual meets at Colorado State 1972-76 . . . 
father Robert Klein and uncle Roscoe Whipp attended 
Maryland . . . active in scouting and could gain Eagle 
Scout status before enrolling at Maryland in fall . . . born 
in Frederick, Maryland . . . FRESHMAN 

CHRIS KNIGHT (85) 

6-4, 235 (2/1/63) Stevensville, Maryland 

Tight end on Aloha Bowl team but did not letter 
playing behind John Tice and Ron Fazio . . . played 
behind Fazio in spring . . . came to Maryland as tight end 
from Cambridge High where he lettered twice each in 
football and baseball . . . captained the state champion- 
ship team winning title over Sherwood . . . MVP in 
football and baseball . . . most memorable moment 
catching game winning TD in his senior year . . . art major 
. . . born in Delaware . . . JUNIOR 

PETER ALAN KOCH (79) "Pete" 

6-5, 255 (1/23/62) New Hyde Park, New York 

Two year letterman defensive tackle co-captain . . . 
started several games while Gurnest Brown was out with 
injury . . . had 36 tackles last fall on Aloha Bowl team with 
two quarterback sacks . . . also one tackle on speciality 
teams . . . strongest man on team bench pressing 465 
pounds . . . played on Tangerine Bowl team but did not 
letter ... in 1 1 games as sophomore had 28 tackles with a 
pair of sacks . . . total of six tackles in backfield have 
accounted for minus 53 yards . . . recovered one fumble 
. . . captained the football team and on conference 
championship team in 77 at New Hyde Memorial High 
. . . defensive end, offensive and defensive tackle and tight 
end in high . . . three brothers with Larry playing 
professional baseball with St. Louis Cardinals and Cliff 
MVP in baseball at Fairleigh Dickinson University . . . 
center in basketball and first baseman in baseball in high 
. . . most memorable moment in sports scoring touch- 
down in Homecoming game in '78 and with coaches 
permission spiking the ball over the goal post . . . born in 
Nassau Countv, New York . . . SENIOR 



STEVEN KELLY "Steve" 

6-2-210 (9/4/63) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

Inside linebacker candidate . . . redshirted in '82 as 
freshman . . . bench presses 320 pounds . . . came to Terps 
from George Washington High and Glen Mills Academy 
in Philadelphia . . . middle linebacker for three years and 
MVP in high and middle linebacker and MVP at Glen 
Mills . . . captained the football teams in both high school 
and prep school . . . most memorable moment serving as 
captain of the city all-star team . . . also third baseman in 
baseball and weight man on the track team in high . . . 
brother Louis was ECC champion in track at St. Joseph's 
. . . born in Philadelphia . . . FRESHMAN 



ROBERT ERNEST KLEIN, Jr. "Rob" 
6-4, 240 (11/13/65) Frederick, Maryland 

Defensive line candidate joining Terps in fall 



played 



JOE KRAUS (3) 

5-10, 180 (5/3/62) Kensington, Maryland 

Defensive back working at both safety and halfback in 
spring and can play all three secondary positions . . . 
transfer from Penn State and did not play in '82 while 
establishing his eligibility ... in 1980 had seven tackles as 
cornerback for Nittany Lions and added 10 in '81 ... 
recovered a blocked punt against N. C. State to set up a 
score and recovered a fumbled Notre Dame punt to set up 
another touchdown . . . had one intrception against 
Cincinnati . . . split end and defensive back at Seneca 
High . . . played on two state championship teams and 
all-state in high . . .JUNIOR 

VICTOR GUSTAV KRONBERG (49) "Victor" 
6-0, 225 (8/6/60) Stamford, Connecticut 

Letterman fullback on Aloha Bowl team . . . carried the 



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ball only twice for seven yards while at fullback in five 
games . . . had 10 tackles on speciality teams . . . redshirted 
in 'SI ... fullback on Tangerine Howl team but did not 
letter . . . bench presses 435 pounds . . . captained the 
football team at Westhill High and attended Milford 
Academy before joining the I erps . . . lettered three times 
in football and twice in track . . . ran 220 and threw the 
javelin . . . MVP two years in high . . . born in New 
Rochelle, New York . . . JUNIOR 

LEONARD ANTHONY LYNCH (63) I en 
6-2, 264 (4/6/62) Levittown, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman offensive guard . . . lettered on 
Aloha Bowl team as a starter . . . also lettered as a 
freshman . . . bench presses 375 pounds . . .joined I erps in 
spring of '81 . . . MVP and captain ol football team for 
two years while earning four letcrs as linebacker and 
offensive guard at Bishop Pagan High . . . all-area and 
all-city selection by two Philadelphia papers . . . on Daily 
News "Team of Decade" . . . hobbies include weight 
lifting . . . played in coaches all-star game and Bucks 
Count) all-star game . . . started his first game as 
sophomore in high. . . born in Philadelphia . . .JUNIOR 

MICHAEL GEORGE MALINE (13) "Michael" 
6-0. 210 (2/9/64) I.akewood, Ohio 

Inside linebacker candidate . . . joined the Terps from 
St. Edward High where he was a fullback and linebacker 
for four years and was a long jumper and on relay teams 
for the track team . . . on championship relay team in high 



captained the football team and Vice President ol the 
student council in high . . brother Jonathan is a wrestler 
at Miami (Ohio) . most memorable moment in sports 

came against Padua as a junior m high as he took out the 
entire foul man wall on a kick oil . . . horn in I a ke wood . 
SOPHOMOR1 

CHRISTOPHER JAMES MARINO (22) "Chris" 

5-9, 164(7/17/62) GaithersburR. Maryland 

On Aloha Bowl team but did not letter . . wide receiver 
. . . from Gaithersburg High where he lettered twice in 
tootball and earned lour letters as a sprinter and hurdler 
on the track team MVP in track '79 . . . brothel Ricl 
also attended Maryland . . . captained the track team in 
'79 and '80 in high . . . on football count) champions in 78 
and '79 . . . scored game winning touchdown against 
Woodward on a 60 yard pass for his most memorable 
moment in sports . . . played for John Harvill in high . . . 
ran track for Coach Fred Joyce . . . A( ( honoi roll 
student in '82 . . . born in Newburgh, New York . . . 
SENIOR 

THOMAS McHALE (92) "Tom" 

6-4, 244 (2/25/63) Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Defensive tackle on the Aloha Bowl team as a fresh- 
man but did not letter . . . came to Maryland I nun 
Wyoming Seminary (Kingston. Pa.) and Gaithersburg 
High . . . captained the football team in high . . . tackle in 
both high school and at prep school . . . 3rd in the discus 
in the state and fifth in the shot put competing lor Fred 
Joyce . . . born in Boston. Mass. . . . SOPHOMORE 




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BRUCE M. MESNER (83) 

6-6, 263 (3/21/64) Harrison, New York 

Defensive tackle with freshman standing after red- 
shirting last fall . . . first team all-state tight end . . . also 
defensive tackle and middle guard on undefeated, 10-0, 
team at Harrison High ... his most memorable moment 
in sports was defeating Roosevelt High on last play of 
championship game (7-0) and being selected to first team 
in New York State . . . named MVP in the Rye game . . . 
center on basketball team for three years, also long and 
high jumper and put the shot on the track team . . . 
lacrosse defenseman as he lettered in four sports in high 
. . . born in New York City . . . FRESHMAN 

LARRY ALAN MILES (21) "Larry" 
5-10, 177 (4/8/63) Bethel Park, Pennsylvania 

Split end in springand on Aloha Bowl team but did not 
letter. . . came to Maryland from Bethel Park High where 
he was a defensive back and wide receiver for two years 
. . . also lettered twice in baseball . . . all-WPIAL AAAA 
selected by the coaches. Post Gazette, and the Pittsburgh 
Press 33 ... on Post Gazette Fabulous 22 . . . co-MVP at 
Bethel Park High and all state selection by UPI . . . 
captained the football team his senior year and the 
baseball team twice ... on 1980 WP1 AL AAAA runner- 
up team . . . born in Pittsburgh . . . JUNIOR 

JAMES THOMAS MILLING, Jr. "James" 
5-10, 160 (2/14/65) Temple Hills, Maryland 

Will join the Terps this fall as a wide receiver candidate 
from Potomac High . . . quarterback and defensive back 
at Potomac where he was a first team all-metropolitan 
selection . . . captained the basketball and track teams . . . 
brother Kenneth plays football at Potomac High and 
brother Tony at the Silver Hill Boys Club most 
memorable moment was scoring four touchdowns in first 
game of senior vear . . . born in Winnsboro, South 
Carolina . . . FRESHMAN 

WILLIAM THOMAS NEAL "Tommy" 
5-10, 195(6/5/65) Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Will join the Terps this fall as the seventh player on the 
Terp roster from Gaithersburg . . . fullback and line- 
backer for former Terp coach Roy Lester . . . leading 
scorer and MVP for Magruder High in '81 and MVP in 
'82 along with Roger Rowse Team Spirit Award . . . 



captained the football team as senior . . . victory over 
Churchill in '82 was his most memorable moment in 
sports . . . won Pigskin Club award last fall . . . also 
honored by Washington Touchdown with Timmie 
Award . . . Maryland Suburban player of the year . . . 
football officials association also honored him with out- 
standing player award and linebacker on all-metro 
Golden Eleven . . . born in Montgomerv, Maryland . . . 
FRESHMAN 

JOSEPH PAUL NIEDERHELMAN (41) "Joe" 
6-0, 217 (9/23/60) Cincinnati, Ohio 

Letterman linebacker on the Aloha Bowl team . . . had 
four tackles last fall . . . bench presses 335 pounds . . . 
played in one game as a sophomore . . . did not play in '80 
. . . captained the Roger Bacon High football team and 
named the best defensive lineman in high . . . four year 
letterman in football and track and letterman in wrestling 
his freshman year in high . . . conference discus champion 
. . . won conference "Best Defensive Lineman" award . . . 
all-conference and all-city in football . . . MVP on track 
team . . . in Agriculture as a forestry major . . ."B"average 
last fall . . . born in Cincinnati, Ohio . . . SENIOR 

TOM PARKER (91) 

6-2, 264 (9/2/64) Baltimore, Maryland 

Starting defensive guard in spring after redshirting as 
freshman last fall . . . strong bench pressing 365 pounds 
. . . came to Maryland from Forest Park High in Balti- 
more . . . offensive and defensive lineman in high . . . 
excellent quickness for size with 4.9 for the 40 . . . unde- 
feated as heavyweight wrestler until his last match of 
season . . . baseball catcher . . . FRESHMAN 

JOHN MICHAEL PERNA "John" 

6-3, 250 (2/23/65) Maplewood, New Jersey 

Will join the Terps this fall as offensive line candidate 
from Columbia High . . . offensive guard and defensive 
tackle in high where he was accorded all-state honors, 
team MVP, player of the year and on Blue Chip Silver 
List . . . captained the football team to Iron Hills Cham- 
pionship and named to the New Jersey all-star game . . . 
lost to Montclair High 7-3 in playoff game for state 
championship . . . most memorable moment was win over 
Seton Hall when he was named the athlete of the week by 
Newark Star Ledger . . . won Brian Piccolo award . . . 
hobbies include music and weightlifting . . . born in 
Belleville, New Jersey . . . FRESHMAN 




RICHARD PETITBON 

6-4, 222 (8/3/64) Vienna, Virginia 

Will join the Terps as a linebacker candidate this fall 
from Madison High . . . first team all-district in high . . . 
father is defensive coordinator for Redskins . . . 
FRESHMAN 

AZZIZUDDIN ABDUR-RA'OOF "Azizuddin" 
6-1, 185 (4/8/65) Millersville, Maryland 

Will join the Terps as wide receiver candidate after 
super career as a quarterback at Northeast High . . . 
named prep "Athlete of the Year" by the Evening Sun 
... he passed for 1,131 yards and rushed for 701 as the 
all-metro first team quarterback . . . named prep athlete 
of the year from 67 weekly winners . . . was athlete of the 
week for his track performance winning the 100 and 200 
meter dashes at the Regional championship meet . . . 
record times of 10.7 and 21 .9 . . . second in the 400 with 
47.8 . . . nicknamed "Zi/" in high . . . most memorable 



momenl in sports include beating South River for count} 
and regional championship when he threw for 1X7 yards 
and one touchdown . . . also running for 201 yards and 
two touchdowns with 97 yards passing and two touch- 
downs in a game . . . captained the football and basketball 
teams and president oi student government at Northeast 
. . . honored at National Football Foundation's Scholar- 
Athlete awards banquet . . . Born in Annapolis. 
Maryland . . . FRESHMAN 

FRANK MICHAEL REICH (14) "I rank" 
6-4. 205 (12/4/61) Lebanon, Pennsylvania 

I hrew three passes and completed two foi the Aloha 
Bowl team but did not letter . . . redshirted in 'XI after 
playing for junior varsity in 'SO . . . captained the toot ball 
and baseball teams at Cedar Crest High . . . lettered twice 
each along with a pair of letters in basketball . . . all- 
league. all-COUnty and "Back of the Year" as a quarter- 
back at Cedar Crest . . . father played football at Penn 
State and captained the Nittany Lions . . . younger 
brother Joe plays football, baseball and basketball and 
sister played field hockey . . . most memorable moment in 
sports in high was throwing touchdown pass in closing 
seconds of game for a 13-10 win . . . ACC honor roll 
student the past three years as a business major . . . born 
in Freeport, New York . . . bench presses 315 pounds . . . 
JUNIOR 

CHRIS RENALDO (96) 

6-3, 230 (12/30/60) Wayne, New Jersey 

Lettered as tight end on Aloha Bowl team . . . moved to 
defensive tackle in spring and is expected to play there 
this fall . . . earned his letter as a walk-on candidate . . . 
bench presses 365 pounds . . . has 4.8 quickness for 40 . . . 
SENIOR 

LERRY ALAN RIDGLEY (26) "Terrv" 
5-11, 186 (6/12/63) Gaithersburg, Maryland 

Defensive left halfback . . . lettered on Aloha Bowl team 
. . . had one tackle on defense and one on speciality teams 
. . . one of the seven players on the '83 roster from 
Gaithersburg . . . played on junior varsity as freshman . . . 
split end and defensive back for Seneca Valley High for 
two years where he also ran track for three years . . . 
named "Best Receiver"on football team in high . . . "Best 
Jumper" on track team and leading scorer on indoor 
track team . . . captained the football team . . . on two 
state class A championship teams . . . state triple jump 
champion in track . . . caught a school record 80 yard 
touchdown pass against Rockville . . . born in Bethesda, 
Marvland IL'NIOR 

WILLIAM ROGERS (82) "Bill" 
6-3, 240 (7/1/62) Vienna, Virginia 

Tight end transfer from Navy . . . did not play football 
in '82 as he established his eligibility at Maryland as 
transfer . . . bench presses 350 and has good quickness . . . 
can catch the football ... at Georgia Tech in '80 scoring 
his first collegiate TD against Navy . . . captained 
football, basketball and track teams at Marshall Hieh . . . 
Born in Silver Spring. MD . . . JUNIOR 

JON ERIC SABROWSKI (58) "Jon" 
6-3, 222 (10/2/64) Stamford, Connecticut 

Inside linebacker in spring . . . bench presses 315 
pounds and has good quickness . . . came to Terps from 
Stamford Catholic . . . all-county and all-area in high . . . 
tight end and linebacker in high . . . most memorable 



moment m high-scoring on (.4 yard II) pass to tie 
McMahon also blocked what would have been 

winning I" \ I for the 12-12 tie . . born in Stamford . . . 
SOPHOMOR1 

VI \N MM SADLER (80) Alan" 
6-5, 213 (9/6/61) ( amp Spring, Maryland 

I ettered as punter on Aloha Howl team alter concen- 
trating on kicking injurj ended career as split end and 
tight end . . . punted 56 times for average oi 38.6 yards a 
punt, had only 25 returned, 12 lair catches and II inside 
the 20 . . . longest punt was 66 vaids pitcher on 

baseball team and dratted bv Milwaukee Brewers hi 1983 
summer draft . . . also a placekickei - . . injured in 'XI but 
caught three passes foi 29 vauls and punted 17 times lor 
37.4 average . . . longest punt as freshman was 68 yards . . . 
bench presses 315 pounds . . . captained the baseball and 
basketball teams at Crossland High . . . end, placekicker 
ami punter in high . . . earned two letters each in football, 
basketball and three in baseball . . . two years all-met . 
on 78 championship team in Prince George's AA . . . 
most memorable moment was kicking winning extra 
point in second overtime to beat Bowie in '79 . . . two 
sport lettermanat Maryland having lettered as pitcher on 
the baseball team . . . born in Salina. Kansas .11 INIOR 

NEAL ZACHARY SAMPSON (75) "Neal" 
6-3, 245 (8/22/64) Yorktown Heights, New York 

Defensive right guard in spring . . . came to Maryland 
from Yorktown High where he captained the football 
and lacrosse teams and also wrestled . . . engineering 




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major at Maryland . . . plays the cello and trumpet . . . 
played on county championship teams in both football 
and lacrosse and placed second in the state in lacrosse . . . 
won 7-0 game in overtime for county championship . . . 
born in New York City . . . SOPHOMORE 

SCOTT BRIAN SCHANKWEILER (30) "Scott" 
5-11, 209 (10/15/63) Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 

Outside linebacker candidate after redshirting last fall 
. . . bench presses 330 pounds . . . backed up senior 
letterman Brian Baker in spring . . . defensive halfback as 
freshman . . . earned seven letters at Cedar Cliff High with 
three in football and two each in basketball and track . . . 
as a two year starter at quarterback and defensive safety 
he led Cedar Cliff to a 19-1 record . . . during the two years 
he completed 1 10 of 216 passes for 1,573 yards and 20 
touchdowns ... he averaged 8.5 yards on 103 rushing 
attempts and scored nine touchdowns ... he also 
accounted for 58 individual tackles and had 1 1 pass 
interceptions ... he was a Patriot-News Blue Chipper . . . 
APand UPI first team all-state on defense and honorable 
mention as a quarterback . . . AAA defensive player of the 
year . . . named to the East squad for the Sertoma 
Keystone Classic . . . captained the Cedar Cliff football 
team in '80 . . . business major . . . born in Sunburv. 
Pennsylvania . . . SOPHOMORE 

JEFFREY PHILIP SCHMITT (37) "JefF 
5-10, 205 (1/6/61) Zelienople, Pennsylvania 

Fullback . . . redshirted last fall and transferred from 
Salem College in '81 ... bench presses 385 pounds . . . 




walk-on candidate . . . went to Salem on football and 
academic scholarship . . . had "B" average for spring 
semester . . . earned seven letters in high with three each in 
football and baseball and one in track . . . quarterback in 
football and captained both the football and baseball 
teams at Seneca Valley High . . . MVP in baseball . . . 
pre-law major . . . most memorable moments in sports 
hitting home run in last inning against Evans City to win 
the game and scoring winning touchdown against Moon 
in '79 . . . born in Pittsburgh . . . SENIOR 

EDDIE SCHULTZ (68) 

6-0, 212 (7/26/63) Vienna, Virginia 

Defensive guard candidate . . . walk-on . . . had two 
tackles last fall with one quarterback sack for eight yard 
loss. . .JUNIOR 

JOSEPH SPENCER SCRIBER (15) "Spencer" 
6-1, 181 (5/7/61) Hollywood, Maryland 

Two year letterman receiver . . . caught only four passes 
last fall for 86 yards . . . injured in Tangerine Bowl game 
and missed '8 1 season ... in seven games as a wingback on 
Tangerine Bowl team with nine carries for 46 yards . . . 
played on JV as a freshman . . . came to Maryland from 
Chopticon High where he captained the football and 
basketball teams and was the MVP in football and track 
. . . defensive back and split end in high . . . all-conference 
as split end . . . won Washington District Football 
Officials award . . . Triple and long jumper on track team 

for four years . . . nine letters with three in football and 
two in basketball . . . brother Stephon now on team as 
runningback . . . born in Leonardtown, Maryland . . . 
SENIOR 

STEPHON SCRIBER (45) 

6-2, 215 (11/13/64) Hollywood, Maryland 

Joined his brother at Maryland last fall . . . running- 
back with 10 carries and two pass receptions in spring 
game . . . SOPHOMORE 

JAMES SHALJAN 

6-5, 225 (2/7/65) Coram, New York 

Will join the Terps this fall as tight end candidate from 
Longwood High where he captained the football team as 
a tight end . . . also on basketball team and ran track in 
high . . . FRESHMAN 

RICHARD DEAN SHURE "Richard" 
6-0, 200 (11/7/64) Pikesville, Maryland 

Running candidate when he joins the Terps this fall 
after player of the year honors by all three Baltimore 
newspapers and the quarterback club of Baltimore . . . 
first team all-metro two years . . . most memorable 
moment in sports scoring five touchdowns against Poly 
... on conference championship teams in '81 and '82 . . . 
also played lacrosse at Calvert Hall High . . . born in 
Baltimore . . . FRESHMAN 

JONATHAN DARIUS SIMMONS (19) "John" 
5-11, 200 (7/1/61) Baltimore, Maryland 

Two year letterman on Aloha Bowl team . . . four 
tackles in speciality teams last fall . . . returned one 
kickoff 17 yards . . . injured in spring as outside 
linebacker candidate . . . started in '81 as defensive right 
halfback . . . played in 10 games in '81 with 33 tackles . . . 
redshirted in '80 . . . cornerback and linebacker at 
Baltimore Poly where he captained the varsity in '78 and 



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junior varsity in 76 . . . scored on a 55 yard pass 
intei ception for his most memorable moment in sports in 
high . . . on MSA championship team in '77 with win over 
Calvert Hall . . . earned two letters in football and two in 

track . . . bench presses .100 pounds . . . born in Fort 
Meade, Maryland SENIOR 

RONALD MATHEW SOIL (66) Ron" 
6-3, 265 (5/19/62) Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 

Two year letterman and starting offensive guard . . . 
Ail-American candidate tor Terps this fall . . . bench 
presses 410 pounds . . . good quickness . . . started as 
quicksule guard in 'SI and on the left side on Aloha Bowl 
team . . . played but did not letter as freshman on 
Tangerine Bowl team . . . captained the football team as 
an offensive guard and defensive tackle at Coughlin High 
. . . prep All-American and Adidas All-American . . . 
earned three letters each in football, wrestling and track 
. . . district champion in '80 and runner-up in '79 in 
wrestling . . . weight man on track team ... on 
championship teams in both football and wrestling . . . 
all-conference on both offensive and defensive units . . . 
outstanding lineman in Wyoming conference . . . born in 
Bainbridge. Maryland . . ."SENIOR 

JOHN EDWARD SORNA "John" 

6-6, 260 (11/22/64) McKeesport, Pennsylvania 

Offensive line candidate for Terps this fall after playing 
both offensive and defensive tackle for Elizabeth Forward 
High earning three football letters . . . AAA all-star . . . 
also wrestled two years and handled the weight chores on 
the track team two years . . . will major in forestry . . . born 
in McKeesport . . .FRESHMAN 

SEAN SULLIVAN (89) 

6-1, 180 (10/25/63) Media, Pennsylvania 

Wide receiver candidate after redshirting last fall as 
freshman . . . FRESHMAN 

DANIEL BRIAN SWINGLE "Danny" 
6-0, 180 (8/20/65) Mars, Pennsylvania 

Joins Terps this fall as defensive back candidate after 
w orking at quarterback, runningback and defensive back 
for Seneca Valley High for three years . . . also ran the 
sprints on the track team for four years . . . all-state as 
defensive back ... all AAAA conference two years . . . 
captained both teams in high . . . most memorable 
moment throw ing TD pass to beat Chartiers Valley 7-6 in 
final seconds of the game . . . born in Medina. Ohio . . . 
FRESHMAN 



GREGORY LEE THOMPSON (50) "Greg" 
6-0, 248 (8/30/61) Alexandria, Virginia 

Defensiv e guard with four tackles on Aloha Bow 1 team 
. . . bench presses 370 pounds . . . redshirted in '81 ... 
offensive and defensive guard at Fort Hunt High where 
he lettered three times in football with all-regional honors 
and twice in baseball as a pitcher with all-district honors 
. . . most valuable lineman in high ... on district 
championship team that beat previously undefeated Mt. 
Vernon for title . . . captained the football team in high . . . 
born in Alexandria . . . Jl'NIOR 

SCOTT TVE (56) 

6-4, 249 (2/4/63) Laurel. Maryland 

Walk-on letterman as offensive siuard on Aloha Bowl 




team with two tackles on speciality teams . . . moved to 
defense in spring to help fill void there and expected to 
play there in fall . . . JUNIOR 

HARRY ARMOND VENEZIA, Jr. (73) "Harry 
6-4, 280 (7/17/60) Norristown, Pennsylvania 

Three year letterman and starter on Aloha Bowl team 
but injured at beginning of season and received medical 
hardship . . . bench presses 405 pounds . . . moved from 
left side to right taking over Dave Pacella's spot . . . 
earned first letter on Tangerine Bowl team as strongside 
tackle . . . captained the football team at Bishop Kendrick 
High where he lettered three years as a tackle . . . all-state 
and named to the big 33 team in high . . . also the 
Montgomery County all-star game . . . most outstanding 
athlete in high . . . business administration major . . . born 
in Norristown, Pennsylvania . . . SENIOR 

BARRY DAN WASELESKI (10) Barrv 
6-0, 185 (12/28/62) Wilkes-Barre. Pennsylvania 

Redshirt quarterback in '82 . . . quarterbacked the 
junior varsity as a freshman . . . played three years as 
quarterback at Meyers High and two years as a forward 
on the basketball team . . . first team all-state by both AP 
and LI P I . . . big 33 selection . . . during three years with 
varsity did not have a fumble on snap from center . . . high 
school All-American ... in senior year passed for 2.1 13 
yards and rushed for 301 for total offense of 2,414 . . . 
averaged 8.3 yards a carry and hit 66 percent of his passes 
w it h 1 78 of 27 1 ... 18 touchdown passes and scored four 
rushing . . . averaged 16 completions per game . . . for high 
school career — passed for 3.864 yards, rushed for 447. 
total offense of 4. 31 I ... hit on 317 of 500 passes for 63.4 
percent . . . threw 39 TD passes and scored nine 
touchdowns . . . captained the football and basketball 
teams . . . born in Wilkes-Barre . . . SOPHOMORE 

ERIC WENDELL WILSON (55) "Eric" 
6-2, 239 (10/17/62) Charlottesville, Virginia 

Two year letterman linebacker . . . had 98 tackles for 
Aloha Bowl team last year with a quarterback sack and 
six tackles for no gain . . . had four tackles in Aloha Bowl 
game . . . lettered as a freshman with 45 tackles in I 1 
games . . . had one pass interception and a pair of tackles 
in backfield for minus yards . . . joined his brother Mark 
at Maryland in '81 ... high school All-American at 
Charlottesville High . . . two years all-state and three 
years all-district and all-central Virginia . . . linebacker 
lor tour years . . . basketball forward for four years and 
one year on the track team . . . captained the football and 
basketball teams . . . first Charlottesville High player to 
have tersev retired . . . born in Charlottesville . . . 
JUNIOR 



THE ASSISTANT COACHES 



James C. Cavanaugh (William & Mary '70) 
Running Backs 

Jim Cavanaugh came to Maryland with Coach Ross 
after having gained All-Southern Honors and Honorable 
Mention All-America as a wide receiver while playing for 
Coach Ross at William & Mary. 

He moved to College Park from ACC rival Virginia 
where he coached the receivers for Coach Dick Bestwick. 
He spent two years with Sonny Randle at Marshall as the 
Offensive Coordinator and quarterback coach and two 
years with Bo Rein at North Carolina State as the 
receivers coach. In 1974& 75 he coached the receivers for 
Bob Thalman at VMI and in '76 coached the offensive 
backs. 

As an undergraduate he caught I 17 passes for over 
1 ,600 yards and captained the William & Mary Indians. 

He served two years in Newport News, Virginia 
following graduation with a year each at Newport News 
High and Denbigh High. He then joined Lou Holtz at 
North Carolina State for two years, 1972-73, as a 
graduate assistant and picked up his Master's Degree in 
Education. 

His wife Marsha is a graduate of Mississippi University 
for Women and a native of Atlanta, Georgia. They have 
two children, Ryan and Lauren. 

Coach Cavanaugh was born 8/4/48 in Queens, New 
York and attended Chaminade High School. 

George Foussekis (Virginia Tech '68) 
Assistant Head Coach/Inside Linebackers 

Coach Foussekis is serving his twelfth year with the 
Terrapins having joined Jerry Claiborne's staff in 1972. 
He was named Assistant Head Coach by Coach Ross and 
assigned on the field duties with the Inside Linebackers, a 
vital part of the wide tackle six defense. 

He began his coaching career at Virginia Tech in 1969 
and worked with the defensive line for two years. In 1971 
he served as the defensive coordinator at William & Mary 
replacing Coach Ross as he moved to Rice University. In 
1972 he moved to College Park along with Coach Ross as 
they installed the wide tackle six defense that has been so 
successful for the Terps. 

He achieved Ail-American recognition for three years 
while playing for the Virginia Tech Gobblers and was on 
the 1966 Liberty Bowl team. He signed with the Denver 
Broncos in 1968. 



He developed an All-American defensive Guard in 
Paul Vellano a first team selection by the American 
Football Coaches Association in '73. 

Coach Foussekis has been especially effective recruit- 
ing in his native state of Virginia. His recruits have 
included Walter White and Lloyd Burruss (Charlottes- 
ville) and Steve Atkins (Spotsvlvania) who moved on to 
the NFL. 

He is a graduate of Lane High in Charlottesville, 
Virginia where he captained the football, basketball and 
baseball teams. He was named the MVP in all three 
sports. His 1963 football team at Lane High won the state 
championship and he was named first team All-State. 

The 37 year old bachelor was born on April 28, 1946. 
He received his Master's Degree in Education from 
Bowie State College. 



Ralph H. Friedgen (Maryland '69) 
Offensive Coordinator/Offensive Line 

Coach Friedgen returned home when he joined Coach 
Ross as Offensive Coordinator and Offensive line Coach. 
He received his Bachelor and Master's Degrees from 
Maryland and has worked with Coach Ross for six years 
in the past. 

He served four years as a graduate assistant at 
Maryland including 1972 while Coach Ross was on the 
Terrapin staff. He moved to The Citadel with Coach 
Ross and served seven years there. He was the defensive 
line coach for four years and Offensive Coordinator line 
coach for one year. When Coach Ross moved to the 
Kansas City Chiefs he remained as Offensive Coordi- 
nator and Administrative Assistant to Art Baker for two 
years. 

In 1980 he was the Offensive Coordinator at William & 
Mary and in 1981 served as Assistant Head Coach and 
offensive line coach with Frank Beamer at Murray State. 

While at Maryland he was on the All-ACC Academic 
team and twice won the George C. Cook Award for the 
highest scholastic average on the team. 

He was born on April 4, 1947 in Harrison, New York 
and came to Maryland from Harrison High. 

His wife Gloria is a native of Bethpage, New York, a 
graduate of Cortland and received her Master's from 
Maryland. They have one child, Kelly Anne. 






Jim Cavanaugh 



George Foussekis 



Ralph Friedgen 



Joe Krivak 



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Joseph J. Krivak (Syracuse '57) 
Quarterbacks & Receivers 

Joe Krivak also returned to the College I'aik campus 
as he spent three sears on the Terrapin stall before 
moving to Navy. 

He has played in the Cotton Howl, and coached in the 
Cotton Howl. He has also coached in the liberty Howl 
(twice), the Ciatoi Howl. Holiday Howl, the Garden State 
Bowl and the Aloha Howl. 

He served as Head Football Coach lor eight years and 
Head Basketball Coach lor five years at Madonna High 
School (Weirton. West Virginia). His football teams won 
a State Championship, two Ohio Valley titles and had a 
50-24-2 record. His basketball teams won a State title and 
was runner-up for State title while winning over 66 
percent of their games. 

He earned three letters at Syracuse as a linebacker. 
guard, and center for the Eastern Champions. He also 
lettered three times in baseball. 

He returned to Syracuse in 1969 as receivers and tight 
end coach, moved to Maryland in 74 with the same 
duties and at Navy coached the quarterbacks and re- 
ceivers. 

While on the Maryland staff the Terps have won three 
ACC titles, had a 36-1 1-1 record and visited the Liberty. 
Gator, Cotton and Aloha Bowls. 

While at Navy the Midshipmen had a five year mark of 
36-21-1 and visited the Liberty, Holiday and Garden 
State Bowls. 

He went to Syracuse from Shade Township High and 
was born in Central City, Pennsylvania on March 20. 
1935. 

His wife Jean is a native of Weirton. West Virginia and 
a graduate of Steubenville Central. They have three sons, 
Edward, John and Jeff. Edward and John were both 
starters on Bow ie's State Championship Baseball team in 
1981. Edward, the third baseman, is now at the Naval 
Academy while John was also the shortstop on the 1982 
championship team that ran its two year record to 44-0. 

Jeffrey Mann (William & Mary '71) 
Special Teams 

Joined the Terps in 1982 after managing the Metro 
Nautilus Fitness Center in Dundalk, Maryland 

Received his Master's degree in Secondary Education 
with emphasis in Athletic Administration from Towson 
State in January 1982. 

Played football and lacrosse at Loyola High and at 
William & Mary where he played on the Southern 



Conference football Champions in 1970 and in the 
I angerine Howl 

I aught and coached at Stratford Junior High in 
Arlington. Virginia, 1971-73. at I owson High in 1973-79. 
and I oyola High. 1975-76. 

He sci ved as assistant loot ball coach at I owson Stale- 
in 1979 and taught and coached wrestling at Dundalk 
High. 

Coach Mann was born on Mav 15. 1949. 

John Misciagna (Dickinson College 76) 
Administrative Asst. to AD 
Recruiting Coordinator 
John Misciagna moved into the Administrative area of 

Intercollegiate Athletics in 19X2 alter three years of 
working with the football stall as an offensive coach. He- 
worked with the wide receivers. 

He coordinates and supervises the recruiting programs 
and activities for the Athletic Department. He also 
coordinates activities with the Terrapin Club. "M" Club 
and Alumni organizations and operates a speakers 
bureau for the athletic department. 

Misciagna was an All-Conference offensive guard at 
Dickinson College and was captain of both the football 
and track teams as a senior. He received his BA in English 
and Comparative Literature at Dickinson and his MA in 
English and Comparative Literature at Columbia. 

Dennis M. Murphy (Notre Dame '63) 
Defensive Guards 

Denny Murphy came to Maryland from Eastern 
Michigan where he served as the offensive coordinator. 

He began his coaching career at Notre Dame where he 
had lettered three times as a tight end and defensive end. 
He played in the North-South Shrine game in Miami and 
signed with the L.A. Rams upon graduation, but then 
played at Pensacola Naval Air Station. He served from 
'63-'68 as a Naval Flight Officer and was awarded five Air 
Medals for combat support missions as Airborne Air 
Intercept Controller while on deployment to Southeast 
Asia. 

He joined Ara Parseghian as a Graduate in 1968 and 
then coached the Freshmen '69-71 while earning his 
Master's Degree at Notre Dame. He was the Junior 
Varsity Coach 72-74 before moving to Colgate in 75 as 
offensive line coach. 

He served as Defensive Coordinator at Holy Cross in 
76 and 77 and moved to Eastern Michigan in 1978. 





Jeff Mann 




John Misciagna Denn> Murphv 

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Dick Portee 



He was born in Endicott. New York on October 22, 
1940. He and his wife Cindy (Coronado, California) have 
four children. Michelle, Kristen, Lisa and Kevin. 

Richard M. Portee (Eastern Illinois '65) 
Outside Linebackers 

Dick Portee joined the Maryland staff after five years 
at Cornell where he served as the defensive backfield 
coach for four years and Recruiting Coordinator for a 
year. 

He began his coaching career at Eisenhower High 
School in Decatur, Illinois as assistant football and 
basketball coach and the tennis coach. He coached and 
taught at Eisenhower High for five years before moving 
to Illinois State as the Freshman Football Coach. He was 
the defensive coordinator and secondary coach and also 
taught at Illinois State from 1969 to 1974. 

In 1972 he was named Assistant Athletic Director in 
charge of eligibility for all athletes along with other 
administrative duties. From 1972 to 1976 he also coached 
the offensive backfield and wide receivers as Assistant 
Football Coach. 

Coach Portee moved to Cornell in 1977 and in addition 
to on the field coaching duties and recruiting was in 
charge of the film exchange and was responsible for the 
eligibility of all football players. He also served as the 
Liaison to the office of Minority Educational Affairs. 

He was a three year letterman in football and baseball 
and two year letterman in basketball at Eisenhower High 
and four year letterman in football as an offensive and 
defensive back for Eastern Illinois. 

He received his Master's from Illinois State in 1971. 

Coach Portee was born on April 20, 1942. He and his 
wife Dorothy have two children Daniel and Ryan. 

Gib Romaine (East Stroudsburg '66) 
Defensive Coordinator/ Defensive Tackles 

Coach Romaine is serving his eleventh year on the 
Maryland football staff as he joined the Terps in 1973. He 
coaches the defensive tackles and also serves as defensive 
coordinator. 

In 1974 he coached Randy White, winner of the 
Outland Trophy, the Lombardi Trophy. UPI Lineman of 
the Year and ACC Player of the Year, and followed with 
Joe Campbell another consensus All-American. He has 
coached in seven bowl games in his nine years with the 
Lerps. 

He began his coaching career at Wayne High School in 
New Jersey and in 1967 moved to Mansfield State 
College as Assistant Dean of Men and Assistant Football 
Coach where he remained for two vears. In 1969 he 



moved to Kansas State as a graduate assistant in football 
and received his Master's Degree in 1970. He served as 
defensive line coach with Vince Gibson for three years 
before joining the Maryland staff in 1973. 

He earned 10 letters at Port Jervis High with four in 
baseball and three each in football and basketball. He 
captained both the football and basketball teams and was 
voted the best all-around athlete in the school his senior 
year. 

While at East Stroudsburg he earned three letters as an 
offensive and defensive end and was Co-Captain of the 
undefeated 1965 team that was the nation's third ranked 
NAIA team. He is a member of Phi Sigma Kappa 
Fraternity. 

Coach Romaine was born in Franklin, New Jersey on 
May 16, 1944. He and his wife Marcia. a graduate of East 
Stroudsburg State, have two children. Jonathan and 
Catherine. 

Frank Verducci (Seton Hall 80) 
Tight Ends 

He is in his third year with the Terps after a year at 
Colorado State as a receivers coach. While at Seton Hall 
University he coached at Seton Hall Prep under his father 
Tony. Current Terrapins Ed and Joe Aulisi were mem- 
bers of his team there that had 10 shutouts in 1 1 games. 

He lettered four years as a tight end at Seton Hall High 
and played one year at USMMA (Kings Point) as a 
freshman before transferring to Seton Hall University. 

He coached one year of baseball at Glen Ridge High 
with a 14-1 record. His father, Tony, played football at 
Pittsburgh, his brother Tony was captain of the 79 
lightweight football team at Navy and brother Tom 
played baseball at Penn State. 

He was born in Glen Ridge, New Jersey on March 17, 
1957. 

Greg Williams (North Carolina State '68) 
Defensive Secondary 

Coach Williams came to the Terps from L.S.U. where 
he had served as defensive coordinator and coached the 
defensive backs. 

He was a defensive back for the Wolfpack in 1965-67 
and played in the Liberty Bowl. He has since coached in 
the Peach Bowl. 

He began his coaching career at Youngstown State in 
1969, joined Lulsa in 1971 coaching the defensive backs 
at both schools. In 1974 he moved to West Virginia as 
defensive coordinator, again working with the backs. 

In 1976 he moved to Lexas Christian and coached the 










< .ili Romaine 



I i .ink Verducci 



(ireg Williams 



Stan l.atine 



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quarterbacks, running backs and served as offensive 
coordinator during his two years there. 

He coached the defensive backs at N.C. State in 1978 
and then moved on to I..S.U. with the Wolfpack staff in 
1979. 

He played his high school football, basketball and 
baseball at High in Danville, Pennsylvania where he was 
born on October 20. 1946. 

Coach Williams and his wife Mary Anne have two 
children. Shelly and Beth. 

Dr. Stanford A. I. avine (Maryland '50) 
Team Physician 

Stan Lavine, a prominent Orthopedic Surgeon, is one 
of the top men in the nation in the field of "Sports 
Medicine". 

Dr. Lavine, a former Maryland Quarterback, de- 
veloped his interests in "Sports Medicine" as an athlete 
and has worked with all 23 Maryland teams. 

He also worked with professional basketball, football 
and box lacrosse. Following Maryland's Saturday foot- 
ball games he joins the Washington Redskins for their 
games the next day and this past season was a member of 
the "Super Bowl Champions". 

Only his love of sports would allow him to devote so 
much time to the athletes. He often appears at two 
basketball games the same night to check on his athletes 
when the Terrapins and Bullets are both playing. 

Stan is still listed in the Maryland record books as 
having teamed up with Ed Bolton for a 92 yard scoring 
pass play against South Carolina in 1949 as the Terps 
went on to the Gator Bowl. 

Against George Washington, Dr. Lavine completed 
three touchdown passes, a record he shared with several 
others until Mark Manges came up with four in 1975. 

John J. Bush (Florida State '69) 
Head Trainer 

J. J. Bush joined the Maryland Training Staff in 1972 
and took over the Head Trainer's duties in 1978. He has 
the overall responsibility for 22 varsity sports. 

He came to Maryland from the U.S. Army where he 
served with the Airborne Rangers. He holds a Private 
Pilot's license and enjoys flying when he has the oppor- 
tunity. 

J. J. has hosted several Cramer Student Trainer Work- 
shops at Maryland and is active in the National Atheltic 
Trainers Association especially in the area of improving 
training on the high school level. In 1981 he was 
appointed as the District III representative to the Na- 
tional Association's Committee on Licensure. In 1981 he 



was also elected President ol the Maryland Athletic 
I rainer Association, a group he helped organize in 1980. 

Robert James \\ fir 
Assistant Trainer 

Jim Weil joined the Maryland ["raining stafl in 1970 
after serving 10 years in the United States Navy. He 
served as ,i trainer lor three years al the Naval Academy 
under Red Romo as a Uospitalman 2nd (lass in the 
Navy. 

Since joining the lerps. m addition to his duties with 
the football team, he has served as the Head Basketball 
trainer, and worked with most of the mens sports. He has 
seved as the trainer for the I errapins National Champion 
Lacrosse teams and the wrestling teams. 

A native of Chelsa. Michigan, he attended Olivet 
College, prior to entering the Navy and is a graduate of 
the Navy Physical Therapy Technical School. 

Frank Costello (Man land '68) 
Strength and Conditioning Coach 

Frank Costello assumed the position as Assistant to 
the Athletic Director in 1981 and heads up the strength 
and conditioning program for the entire athletic depart- 
ment. 

Certainly no stranger to Maryland, Costello was an 
Ail-American on the Terrapin Track teams in 1965. '66 
and'68. Upon graduation he served six years as an 
assistant track coach and was then appointed head coach 
in 1974. a position he held for seven years. He developed 
several world class track stars including the all-time 
hurdler Renaldo Nehemiah. 

In addition to coaching track and field. Costello has published 
articles on training techniques in several national pub- 
lications, is in demand as a clinical speaker and noted for 
his theories on improving speed, conditioning and flex- 
ability. He served as a conditioning consultant for the 
Green Bay Packers from 1977-80 and is presently the 
U.S. High Jump coach for Olympic Development pro- 
gram. 

Frank came to Maryland as the New Jersey State High 
Jump Champion and record holder in 1963 and was 
undefeated in ACC, IC4A and NCAA competition in 
1965 winning both NCAA titles. While competing for the 
Terrapins he also won seven titles in the Penn Relays, the 
Millrose games, the Eastern European Championships, 
the Southern Hemisphere Games and the French Na- 
tional Championship. He was ranked third in the world 
in 1966. 

Costello works closely with the coaches, trainers and 
team physician in developing conditioning programs 
suited for each individual. 




V 



J.J. Bush 





Frank Costello 




Linda Kubany 

Secretary to 
Coach Ross 




Dotti Warren 

Secretary 
Football Staff 



1 



' 




Equipment Manager Ron Fulton with assistants Todd 
Goodman and Lee Klosky. 



Athletic Department 

STAFF 

Mailing Address: Box 295 

College Park. Maryland 

20740 - 0295 
Telephone: AREA CODE (301) 

ADMINISTRATION 

OFFICE HOME 

Athletic Director — Richard "Dick" Dull 454-4705 Unlisted 

Associate AD — Randy Hoffman 454-4687 768-5353 

Associate AD — Frank Gray 454-2641 262-4590 

Assistant AD — Jack Zane 864-4076 322-3265 

Assistant AD — Bob Stumpff 454-2121 725-1533 

Assistant AD — Gothard Lane 454-5854 535-0852 

Assistant to AD — Lisa Papa 454-7420 Unlisted 

Asst. Director of Operations — 

Jack Jackson 454-3332 725-4832 

Faculty Chairman — Dr. Charles A. Taff 454-5710 277-3460 

Ticket Manager — Deborah Russell 454-2121 262-3310 

Academic Advisor — Jim Dietsch 454-7421 498-5474 

Academic Advisor — Jim Wright 454-7421 Unlisted 

Ed. Foundation — Col. Tom Fields 454-456? 277-5594 

M Club — Al Heagy 454-5158 345-3957 

Director of Golf - William "Spider" Fry 454-2 1 3 1 434-3784 

Band Director — Dieter Zimmer 454-68O3 277-3754 

Strength Conditioning — Frank Costello 454-6685 445-1786 

Director of Marketing — Jo Bagelmann 454-4687 577-1919 

COACHES — MEN 

Baseball — Jack Jackson 454-4041 725-4832 

Basketball — Charles G. Driesell 454-2126 Unlisted 

Cross Country — Charles Torpey 454-4816 

Football — Bobby Ross 454-2125 422-4785 

Golf — Fred Funk 454-2131 935-6494 

Lacrosse — Dick Edell 454-4328 

Soccer — Joe Grimaldi 454-6907 946-8867 

Swimming — Charles Hoffman 454-2756 431-1170 

Tennis — Robert Goeltz 454.4136 977-7813 

(717) 

Track — Stan Pitts 454-481 6 794-2918 

Wrestling — John McHugh 454-2652 530-1553 

COACHES - WOMEN 

Basketball — Chris Weller 454-5939 Unlisted 

Cross Country — Charles Torpey 454-4816 

Field Hockey — Sue Tyler 454-5970 459-8831 

Gvmnastics — Bob Nelligan 454-7422 937-9253 

Lacrosse — Sue Tyler 454-5970 459-8831 

Swimming — Charles Hoffman 454-2756 431-1170 

Tennis — Robert Goeltz 454-4136 977-7813 

(717) 

Track — Stan Pitts 454-4816 794-29 IS 

Volleyball - Barbara Drum 454-3090 345-8710 

STAFF 

Trainer — John J. Bush 454-4819 345-3636 

Assistant Trainers — Jim Weir 454-2758 345-4819 

- Sandy Worth 454-7418 345-4821 

- Jeff Hathaway 454-4819 552-3934 

Equipment Managers — Ron Fulton 454-4817 

- Lee Kloskey 454-2127 

Todd Goodman 454-2127 

Stadium Grounds Lindy Kehoe 454-2822 

"Bunk" Carter 454-2825 

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE 

Director — Jack Zane 864-4076 322-3265 

Assistant SID Patti Flynn 4S4-2123 184-9868 

Assistant — Gabc Romano 454-2123 441-8308 

Secretary — Therese Ryan 454-2123 



26 



Football 
Support Personnel 




Debbie Russell 
Ticket Manager 



Lisa Papa 

Asst. to AD 
Program Editor 





Lindy Kehoe 

Grounds Supervisor 



'Bunk" Carter 

Grounds 




Jo Bagelmann 

Director 

Sports Marketing 



Therese Ryan 

Secretary 
Sports Information 



Facts About Maryland 

The University ol Maryland is a five-campus system 
founded in 1807 in Baltimore as a college of medicine. 
The College Park campus was established in 1 85f> In 
addition to College Park (UMCP) and Baltimore City 
(UMAB), the University has campuses on the Eastern 
Shore at Princess Anne (I) MI'S), in Baltimore County 
at Catonsville (UMBC). and the worldwide University 
College (UMUC) headquartered at College Park. 

PRESIDENT, University of Maryland: John S. I oil 

CHANCELLOR. College Park Campus: John Slaughter 

COLLEGE PARK ENROLLMENT: (Fall 1983) 

I 1 ,864 undergraduate men full time 

10,470 undergraduate women — full time 

2.684 undergraduate men part time 

2,363 undergraduate women part time 

3,589 graduate students — men 

3,598 graduate students — women 

22,334 undergraduate students full time 

34,568 total students on College Park Campus 

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT .... Cole Field House 

College Park, MD 20742 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Dick Dull 

FACULTY CHAIRMAN 

ATHLETICS Dr. Charles Taff 

CONFERENCE Atlantic Coast 

FOOTBALL STADIUM Byrd (45.000) 

NICKNAME Terrapins (Terps) 

COLORS Red and White, Black and Gold 

(the colors of the State Flag) 

CO-CAPTAINS Dave D'Addio 

Pete Koch 

GAME UNIFORMS Red and White 

TEAM PHYSICIAN Dr. Stanford A. Lavine 

TRAINER John J. Bush 

ASSISTANT TRAINERS Jim Weir 

Sandra Worth 
Jeff Hathaway 

VARSITY SPORTS (Men 12) 

Baseball. Basketball. Cross-Country. Football. Golf, In- 
door Track. Lacrosse. Soccer. Swimming. Tennis. Track 
and Field. Wrestling. 

(Women 10) 
Basketball. Cross-Country, Field Hockey. Gymnastics. 
Indoor Track. Lacrosse. Swimming. Tennis. Track and 
Field, Volleyball. 



27 



WEIGHT TRAINING 

Bobby Ross was an assistant coach with the Terrapins 
in 1972 when Maryland embarked on an intensive weight 
training program. His feelings towards a weight program 
are if anything even stronger today. 

Frank Costello installed a downhill running program 
that he picked up from the Russians a few years ago while 
serving as the Maryland track coach in the mid 70 's. 
Costello has worked with several NFL teams, especially 
the Green Bay Packers as a conditioning coach during the 
training camps. He is now the conditioning and weight 
training coach for all Maryland athletes. His training 
programs are designed for each sport and position as 
needed and may be quite effective if followed throughout 
the summer without requiring too much time. 

Maryland football players have pride in their weight 
training and their off season efforts are obvious when 
they return in the fall bench pressing considerably more 
than they did when they completed spring practice. 

Terps still point to Randy White of the Dallas Cowboys 
as an example. White has provided incentive to many 
Maryland athletes with his accomplishments in the 
program. White weighed 212 pounds and bench pressed 
260 pounds when he enrolled at Maryland. He left at 248 
pounds and bench pressed 450. Joining the 400 pound 
bench press club has become a goal for Maryland 
football players. 

THE 400 POUND 
BENCH PRESS CLUB 



465 



(Current Players in CAPS) 
PETE KOCH, DT 



460 Mike Yeates, OG, 77 

455 Scot Fanz. OT. '80 

450 David Pacella, OT '82 

Richard Cummins. OG 79 
Randy White, DT 74 
Larry Stewart, OT 79 

445 Mard Duda, DT '82 

Greg Vanderhout, DG '81 

440 CARL BOND, OG 
PAT D'ATRI, LB 
JIM JOYCE, DT 
Paul Glamp, OG 79 
Tim Whittie, FB '82 

435 VICTOR KRONBERG, FB 
Darnell Dailey, LB '81 

425 Brian Riendeau, OG '81 
Eric Sievers, TE '80 
Marlin Van Horn, DG '80 



TERRAPIN HEADQUARTERS 

(on the road) 

VANDERBILT 

Music City Roadway Inn 
Briley Parkway & 1-40 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Phone — (615) 361-5900 

WAKE FOREST 

Holiday Inn North 

3050 North Cherry — Marshall Expressway 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27105 
Phone — (919) 723-2911 

AUBURN 

Holiday Inn 
Jet. 1-85 and U.S. 280 
Opelkia. Alabama 36801 
Phone — (205) 745-6331 

CLEMSON 

Holiday Inn 

U.S. 123 & 76 

P. O. Box 512 

Clemson, South Carolina 29633 

Phone — (803) 654-4450 

N.C. STATE 

Ramada Inn Crabtree 
3920 Arrow Drive 
Raleigh, North Carolina 27612 
Phone — (919) 782-7525 



420 Ed Aulisi, OG '82 
Keith Calta DT 78 
Kevin Haussman, DG 78 
Steve Koziol, FB 78 
Mike Muller, LB '82 
Joe Wilkins, LB '82 

410 Doug Miller. C '82 

Bruck Palmer. DG 78 

405 RICK BADANJEK, RB 
DAVID D'ADDIO. FB 
HARRY VENEZIA. OT 

Steve Cianciulli, OG 78 
Louis Weeks. LB. '81 

400 GREG HARRAKA. OT 

Rodney Caldwell, DG '82 
Pete Glamp. OLB '80 
Chris Greg, C 79 
Kevin Benson, LB 75 
Frank Kolencik. DG '82 
Chuck Moss, FB 76 
Stan Rogers, OT 74 
Bob Raba, TE 76 
John Zemhelt, OT 77 



28 



ACC HONOR ROM. 

("H" Average for lull year) 
1982-83 

Greg Harraka, OT 'XI. '82, '83 
Bob Mattis. DE 'XI. 'X2, '83 
Frank Reich. QB 'XI. "82, 'X3 
Eddie Scultz, DG '83 
Stephon Scriber. RB '83 

TERPS ON DEAN'S LIST 

(3.0 or higher) 

Spring Semester 1983 

Sieve Burdelski. OB 
Dennis Carpin, OLB 
Chuck Faucette, I IB 
Stan Gelbaugh, QB 
Greg Harraka. OT 
Bob Mattis. Ol.B 
Frank Reich. QB 
Chris Renaldo, DT 
Jeff Schmitt. FB 
Eddie Schultz, DG 
Glenn Watson. P 

Fall Semester 1982 

Doug Burmeister. OLB 
Ron Fazio. TE 
Greg Harraka. OT 
Frank Kolencik. DG 
Bob Mattis, OLB 
Joe Niederhehnan. ILB 
Frank Reich, QB 
Stephon Scriber. RB 
Ron Solt. OG 
Jamie Suarez, WR 
Barry Waseleski. QB 



1 ERRAPINS ON VI 1 U ( 


\( \l)l MIL 


II WIS 


1954 


George Palahunik 


1976 


Bob Raba 




John Irvine 




(iene Ochap 


1955 


Stanley Polyanski 




Jonathan Claiborne 




John Healej 


1977 


Jonathan Claiborne 


1956 


Mike Sanduskv 




Ralph I.ary 




Donald Mealy 




Foe Muffler 




Tom Selcp 




Chris Ward 


1960 


Dwayne Fletcher 




Kenny Watson 


1961 


Bob Hacker 


I97X 


John Baldante 




Dick Novak 




Glenn Chamberlain 


1963 


David Nardo 




Scott Collins 


1967 - 


Chuck Tine 




Ralph I.ary 


I96X 


Ralph Friedgen 




Phil Livingston 


1970 


Steve Fromang 




Joe Muffler 




Len Santacroce 




Dean Richards 




Jerry Erhard 


1979 


Jan Carinci 




Scott Shank 




Scott I an/ 


1972 


Jerry Erhard 




Ralph Lary 


1973 - 


Kim Hoover 




Phil Livingston 


1974 - 


Bob Avellini 




Kyle Lorton 




Rick Jennings 




Jim Shaffer 




Phil Waganheim 


19X0 


Ralph Lary 




Derick Harris 




Kyle Lorton 




Jim Brechbiel 


I9XI 


Brian Riendeau 




Tom Schick 




Mike Muller 


1975 - 


Kim Hoover 
John Schultz 
Mike Cielensky 


19X2 - 


Joe Aulisi 






Kim Hoover 



Jonathan Claiborne 



Ralph Lary 

MARYLAND'S ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS 

(Selected by College Sports Information Directors) 

1954 -- George Palahunik (First Team) 
1956 -- Mike Sandusky (First Team) 
1970 -- Steve Fromang (Second Team) 
1975 -- Kim Hoover (First Team) 

(Sponsored by U.S. Tobacco) 
1977 -- Jonathan Claiborne (Second Team) 

Joe Muffler (Second Team) 
197X — Joe Muffler (First Team) 



SKOAL/HAPPY DAYS SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 

(1,500 Each First Team Academic All-American) 
1978 — Joe Muffler 

NCAA - CHEVROLET SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS 

(1.000 Each From ABC-TV Games) 



1974 



1975 - 

1976 - 



19X0 
19X2 - 



Louis Carter vs. North Carolina 
Randy White vs. North Carolina 
Bob Avellini vs. Penn State 
Kevin Benson vs. Kentucky 
Mark Manges vs. Kentucky 
Alvin Maddox vs. Clemson 
Joe Campbell vs. Clemson 
Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke 
Willie Joyner vs. North Carolina 
John Tice vs. Clemson 



29 



TERRAPIN PRE-SEASON DEPTH CHART 

( ) Denotes I utters I arned 
OFFENSE (Multiple Pro) 

SE 84 Russell Davis (2) Sr. 6-5,215; 15 Spencer Scriber (2) Sr. 6-1, 282; 81 Eric Holder So. 6-0, 175 

II 57 GregHarraka(l) Jr. 6-2, 257; 72 lony Edwards. So. 6-5, 255 

LG 66 Ron Solt (2) Sr. 6-3, 265; 71 Chris Igus. Jr. 6-0, 253; 74 George Colton, So 6-4. 240 

C 70 Kevin Glover ( 1 1 Jr. 6-2. 254; 76 Brian Conroy, Jr. 6-2. 261 

R(i 63 I en I ynch (2) Jr. 6-2. 264; 61 Shawn Benson ( I) Sr. 6-2, 252; 64 Carl Bond So. 6-2, 245 

RT 73 Harry Venezia (3) Sr. 6-4. 280; 62 Jell Holinka, So. 6-3, 256 

TE 88 Ron Fazio ( 1) Jr. 6-4. 230 or 82 Bill Rogers Jr. 6-3. 240; 85 Chris Knight. Jr. 6-4, 235 

WR 4 Greg Hill (l).lr. 5-11. 165; 89 Sean Sullivan. Fr. 6-1. 180; 22 Chris Marino. Sr. 5-9. 164 

FB 44 Dave D'Addio (3) Sr. 6-2. 226; 31 Joe Brkovich (2) Sr. 5-1 1. 220; 49 Vietor Kronberg ( 1 ) Jr. 6-0. 225 

RB 34 Willie Joyner (2) Sr. 5-10. 197; 40 Rich Badanjek (1) So. 5-9. 206; 45 Stephon Scriber. So. 6-2. 215 

OB 7 Boomer Esiason (2) Sr. 6-4. 200; 8 Stan Gelbaugh. Jr. 6-3, 200 or 10 Barry Waseleski. So. 6-0. 185 or 14 Frank 

Reich. Jr. 6-3, 205 

DEFENSE (Wide Tackle Six) 

OLLB 51 J. D. Gross (2) Sr, 6-0. 233; 19 John Simmons (2) Sr. 5-11. 200; 47 Kevin Donas. So. 6-0, 206 

LT 79 Pete Koch (2) Sr. 6-5. 255; 83 Bruce Mesner Fr. 6-6. 263 

LG 95 Tyrone Furman (2) Sr. 6-1, 255; 75 Neal Sampson So. 6-3. 245 

RG 91 Tom Parker, Fr. 6-2, 264; 50 Greg Thompson, Jr. 6-0, 248 

RT 99 Jim Joyce (2) Sr. 6-3. 247; 92 Tom McHale. So. 6-4. 244; 96 Chris Renaldo ( I ) Sr. 6-3. 230 

ORLB 2 Brian Baker (2) Sr. 6-0. 210; 30 Scott Schankweiler. So. 5-11. 209; 16 Dennis Carpin Jr. 6-2. 210 

ILLB 55 Eric Wilson (2) Jr. 6-2, 239; 11 Chuck Faucette Fr. 6-3. 230or53 Steve Kelly Fr. 6-2. 210 or Jon Sabrowski. So. 6-2. 
222 

1RLB 38 BobbyDePaul(l)Jr.5-11.225;42 DougCox. Jr. 6-0. 205 or4l JoeNiederhelman( 1 ) Sr. 6-0. 217 or 46 Pat D'Atn 
So. 5-10. 215 

LHB 6 Lendell Jones (2) Sr. 5-10. 185; 27 Gil Hoffman (1) Jr. 5-10, 170 

RHB 3 Joe Kraus. Jr. 5-10. 180; 29 Bob Gunderman ( 1 ) Jr. 6-0. 180; 23 Clarence Baldwin (2) Sr. 5-1 1. 185 

SAF 18 Al Covington. (I) So. 5-9. 185; 32 Vernon Carter. Jr. 6-0. 185 
SPECIALISTS 

PK 90 Jess Atkinson (2) Jr. 5-9. 160 

P 80 Alan Sadler (1) Jr. 6-5. 213 

31 




A 




'V- v 




Steve Anderson Jess Atkinson 



Rick Badanjek 



Brian Baker Clarence Baldwin 




Shawn Benson 



Carl Bond 



Stan Bracev 



Joe Brkovich 





Doug Burmeister 



SI 

^J »— 1 as 

Dennis Carpin Vernon Carter 




George Colton 




Doug Cox 



Dave D'Addio 



Pat D'Atri 



Russell Davis 




Steve Burdelski Steven Burke 




Brian Conroy 



r 




p 






^ r t 



Al Covington 




Bobby DePaul Kevin Donas 




Tony Edwards Boomer Esiason Chuck Faucette 



Ron Fazio 



Tyrone Furman Stan Gelbaugh 







Kevin Glover 



J. D. Gross Bob Cunderman Greg Harraka 



_ ■■ :^ r n i 

Greg 1 1 -it r , II ( .r, u Hill 




(.il Hoffman 






Willie Jo\ner Steve Kelly 



Chris Knight 



Pete Koch 



Joe Kraus Vic Kronberg 





Len Lynch 



Chris Marino Tom McHale Bruce Mesner Larry Miles J. Niederhelman 






Ramon Parades Tom Parker Frank Reich Chris Renaldo Terry Ridgley Bill Rogers 




Spencer Scriber Stephon Scriber John Simmons 



Ron Solt 



Sean Sullivan Greg Thompson 






Scott Tye 



Harry Vene/ia 



Glenn Watson 




Barrv VVaselesk 




Eric Wilson 




JOHNNY HOLLIDAY 

(Voice of the Terrapins) 

When it comes to tal- 
ent and versatility, not 
many can come close to 
WMAL's Johnny Holli- 
day. For the 5th straight 
year, Johnny is once again 
the voice of the Univer- 
sity of Maryland Football 
and Basketball broadcasts 
heard on AM 63. The 
morning sportcaster is 
now in his 27th year in 
both Radio and Televi- 
sion. Whenever a big 
Sporting event occurs, be 
it the Masters golf tournament, a championship fight, or 
any major event. Johnny is there. Holliday also hosts the 
Stadium show before every Redskin game, is the play by 
play voice of the Washington Federals of the USFL. and 
co-host of the Bobby Ross and Lefty Driesell Television 
shows. 

Johnny's 22 years of sportscasting experience includes 
the NFL and the NBA play by play and color, as well as 
both college football and basketball play by play, and 
coverage of major league baseball. Holliday can also be 
heard each morning and afternoon with his sports shows 
on the ABC Information Radio Network, nationwide. 

Most any time you turn on the radio or television, 
Johnny can be seen or heard doing one of his many 
commercials. His voice and face, one of the most recog- 
nizable in the area. His Radio Oneders basketball and 
softball teams have raised over a million dollars for 
charity in the past 23 years. Johnny also finds time to act 
in Dinner theatre, emcee many charitable events, and for 
his many civic contributions to the Washington area, has 
been named Washingtonian of the year. 

He and his wife Mary Clare have 3 daughters, Kellie, 
Tracie, and Moira and reside in Kensington. Maryland. 

Joining Johnny Holliday on the Maryland football 
network are Jack Scarbath and Pete Wysocki. Scarbath, 
a former Terrapin quarterback, will work from the 
sidelines while Wysocki. former Washington Redskin, 
will work from the booth. Scarbath has been with the 
network for several years while Wysocki. an account 
executive with WMAL will be a part of the broadcast 
team for the second consecutive year. 



WMAL (630) will originate the broadcast and feed the 
18 station network. WFBR ( 1300) will originate its own 
broadcast instead of being a part of the network as in the 
past. 

Terrapin games may be heard on the following 
stations: 



Annapolis WYRE 

Baltimore WFBR 

Cambridge WCEM 

WESP 

Cumberland WTBO 

Chestertown WCTR 

Frederick WFMD 

Hagerstown WWCS 

Havre de Grace WASA 

WHDG 

Lexington Park WPTX 

Oakland WMSG 

Ocean City WETT 

Pocomoke City WDMV 

Salisbury WSBY 

Thurmont WTHLI 

Washington. D.C WMAL 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Chambersburg WCBG 

Hanover WHVR 



810 


AM 


1300 


AM 


1240 


AM 


106.3 


FM 


1450 


AM 


1530 


AM 


930 


AM 


106.9 


FM 


1330 


AM 


103.7 


FM 


920 


AM 


1050 


AM 


1590 


AM 


540 


AM 


960 


AM 


1450 


AM 


630 


AM 


1590 


AM 


1280 


AM 





.lack Scarbath 



Pete Wysocki 



34 



INFORMATION FOR MEDIA 

VISITING COLLEGE PARK 

HOTELS AND MOTELS 

(College Park) 

CENTER OF 
ADULT EDUCATION 
University of Maryland 
(301) 779-5100 

HOLIDAY INN 
10000 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 345-6700 

HOLIDAY INN 
9137 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 345-5000 

MARYLAND INN 
Best Western 
8601 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 474-2800 

QUALITY INN 
7200 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 864-5820 

ROYAL PINES 
Best Western 
9133 Baltimore Blvd. 
(301) 345-4900 

HAMPSHIRE MOTOR INN 

7411 New Hampshire Ave. 

(301) 439-3000 (Langley Park) 

RAMADA INN 

1-95 North 

4050 Powder Mill Rd. 

(301) 572-7100 (Calverton) 

RAMADA INN 

5910 Princess Garden Pkwy. 

(800) 238-5800 (New Carrollton) 

SHERATON - NORTHEAST 

8500 Annapolis Rd. 

(301) 459-6700 (New Carrollton) 

HOWARD JOHNSON'S 

Balto. - Wash. Pkwy. 

(301) 779-7700 (Cheverly) 

SHERATON - NORTHWEST 

8727 Colesville Rd. 

(301) 589-5200 (Silver Spring) 

MARRIOTT HOTEL 

1-495 & 1-270 

(301) 897-9400 (Bethesda) 

LOCAL TRANSPORTATION 

TAXI -- Blue Bird -Yellow 864-7700 
AIRPORTS 

BALTIMORE - WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL 

NATIONAL -- DULLES 
TAXI FARES -- APPROXIMATE to College Park 
NATIONAL AIRPORT - $15.00 

$1.00 each additional person 
BALTIMORE - WASHINGTON INTERNATIONAL 
$25.00 -- $1.00 each additional person 
DULLES AIRPORT $38.00 

$1.00 each additional person 



MARYLAND'S BOWL RECORD 



Jan. 




1948 


Gator 


20 


Georgia 


20 


Jan. 




1950 


Gator 


20 


Missouri 


7 


Jan. 




1952 


Sugar 


28 


1 ennessee 


13 


Jan. 




1954 


Orange 





Oklahoma 


7 


Jan. 




1956 


Orange 


6 


Oklahoma 


20 


Dec. 


28 


1973 


Peach 


16 


Georgia 


17 


Dec. 


16 


1974 


Liberty 


3 


I ennessee 


7 


Dec. 


29 


1975 


Gator 


13 


Florida 


ii 


Jan. 


1 


1977 


Cotton 


21 


Houston 


30 


Dec. 


22 


1977 


Hall of Fame 


17 


Minnesota 


7 


Dec. 


23 


1978 


Sun 





Texas 


42 


Dec. 


20 


1980 


Tangerine 


20 


Florida 


35 


Dec. 


25 


1982 


Aloha 


20 


Washington 


21 



LIMOUSINE FARES TO AIRPORT 

B.W.I. AIRPORT LIMOUSINE — $12.00 or two to 
four people picked up at the same time $19.00 
(441-2345). 

NOTE: Listed information and prices are guidelines to 
assist you during your stay in College Park. 

INTERVIEWS 

PLAYERS: It is requested that all player interviews be 
arranged through the Sports Information Office. We will 
make every attempt to have the players call you at a 
designated time or be available for an interview on 
campus. Please make request at least a day in advance so 
we can arrange with the athletes at practice. On many 
class days it is impossible to get in touch with them until 
they show up at practice. 

HOME GAMES: Coach Ross will meet the media in 
the Team Meeting Room on the first floor of the Football 
Building about 10 minutes after the game. Key players 
will also be available in this area following Coach Ross. 
The visiting coach will meet the Media in Coach Stan 
Pitts' Track Office adjacent to the visiting locker room. 

TUESDAY PRESS LUNCHEON: Coach Ross and 
Athletic Department officials will attend a weekly- 
luncheon each Tuesday during the season at the Center of 
Adult Education on Campus. Coach Ross will be avail- 
able from 11:45 to 1:15 or upon completion of the 
interviews. TV and Radio interviews will be accomo- 
dated prior to and following the luncheon as requested. 

NOTE: For those requesting Tuesday player interviews 
if classes do not conflict we will have them available in the 
sports information office at 1:30. 

BESTTIMETOCATCH COACH ROSS: Tuesdayat 
Luncheon, Monday and Wednesday from Noon to 2:30 
P.M. 



35 



MARYLAND vs 1982 OPPONENTS 





CLEMSON 




1974 


Won 


47-0 


1921 


Lost 


0-42 


1954 


Won 


33-0 




(17-13-1) 




1975 


Won 


27-0 


1935 


Tie 


0-0 


1955 


Won 


25-7 


1952 


Won 


28-0 


1976 


Won 


17-15 


1936 


Won 


20-0 


1956 


Lost 


6-34 


1953 


Won 


20-0 


1977 


Won 


35-7 


1937 


Won 


13-0 


1957 


Won 


21-7 


1954 


Won 


16-0 


1978 


Won 


39-0 


1938 


Lost 


0-53 


1958 


Lost 


0-27 


1955 


Won 


25-12 


1979 


Lost 


17-25 


1939 


Lost 


7-10 


1959 


Won 


14-7 


1956 


Tie 


6-6 


1980 


Won 


1 1-10 


1955 


Won 


34-13 


1960 


Won 


22-19 


1957 


Lost 


7-26 


1981 


Won 


45-33 


1956 


Lost 


12-26 


1961 


Lost 


8-14 


1958 


Lost 


0-8 


1982 


Won 


52-31 


1959 


Lost 


0-29 


1962 


Won 


31-13 


1959 


Won 


28-25 


WEST VIRGINIA 


1961 


Won 


22-21 


1963 


Lost 


7-14 


1960 


Won 


19-17 




(9-9-2) 




1965 


Lost 


7-24 


1964 


Won 


10-9 


1961 


Won 


24-21 


1919 


Lost 


0-27 


1966 


Lost 


7-34 


1965 


Lost 


10-12 


1962 


Lost 


14-17 


1943 


Lost 


2-6 


1967 


Lost 


3-7 


1967 


Lost 


0-14 


1963 


Lost 


6-21 


1944 


Tie 


6-6 


1968 


Lost 


14-32 


1968 


Won 


33-24 


1964 


Won 


34-0 


1945 


Tie 


13-13 


1969 


Lost 


9-20 


1970 


Lost 


20-53 


1965 


Won 


6-0 


1947 


Won 


27-0 


1970 


Lost 


7-23 


1971 


Lost 


14-35 


1966 


Lost 


10-14 


1948 


Lost 


14-16 


1979 


Lost 


13-21 


1972 


Lost 


26-31 


1967 


Lost 


7-28 


1949 


Won 


47-7 


1972 


Lost 


12-16 


1973 


Won 


23-3 


1968 


Lost 


0-16 


1950 


Won 


41-0 


1973 


Won 


38-0 


1974 


Won 


24-12 


1969 


Lost 


0-40 


1951 


Won 


54-7 


1974 


Won 


31-0 


1975 


Won 


34-7 


1970 


Lost 


11-24 


1959 


Won 


27-7 


1975 


Won 


24-7 


1977 


Lost 


7-16 


1971 


Lost 


14-20 


1960 


Won 


31-8 


1976 


Won 


42-28 


1978 


Won 


21-20 


1972 


Won 


31-6 


1966 


Won 


28-9 


1977 


Won 


24-10 


1979 


Won 


17-14 


1973 


Won 


28-13 


1969 


Lost 


7-31 


1978 


Won 


34-9 


1980 


Lost 


3-17 


1974 


Won 


41-0 


1970 


Lost 


10-20 


1981 


Tie 


17-17 


1981 


Lost 


10-17 


1975 


Won 


22-20 


1973 


Lost 


1 3-20 


1982 


Won 


26-3 


1982 


Won 


31-24 


1976 


Won 


20-0 


1976 


Won 


24-3 




DUKE 






VIRGINIA 




1977 


Won 


21-14 


1977 


Lost 


16-24 




(12-13) 






(30-15-2) 




1978 


Lost 


24-28 


1980 


Won 


14-11 


1932 


Lost 


0-34 


1919 


Won 


13-0 


1979 


Won 


19-0 


1981 


Lost 


13-17 


1933 


Lost 


7-38 


1925 


Lost 


0-6 


1980 


Won 


34-7 


1982 


Lost 


18-19 


1941 


Lost 


0-50 


1926 


Tie 


6-6 


1981 


Lost 


7-21 




N. C. STATE 




1942 


Lost 


0-42 


1927 


Lost 


0-21 


1982 


Lost 


22-24 




(18-17-4) 




1947 


Lost 


7-19 


1928 


Won 


18-2 




VANDERBILT 


1909 


Lost 


0-31 


1948 


Lost 


12-13 


1929 


Tie 


13-13 




(2-6) 
Lost 




1917 


Lost 


6-10 


1950 


Won 


26-14 


1930 


Won 


14-6 


1927 


20-39 


1921 


Tie 


6-6 


1957 


Lost 


0-14 


1931 


Won 


7-6 


1930 


Lost 


7-22 


1922 


Won 


7-6 


I960 


Lost 


7-20 


1932 


Lost 


6-7 


1931 


Lost 


12-39 


1923 


Won 


26-12 


1962 


Lost 


7-10 


1933 


Lost 


0-6 


1932 


Lost 


0-13 


1924 


Tie 


0-0 


1963 


Lost 


17-24 


1934 


Won 


20-0 


1947 


Won 


20-6 


1946 


Lost 


7-28 


1966 


Won 


21-19 


1935 


Won 


14-7 


1948 


Lost 


0-34 


1947 


Tie 


0-0 


1968 


Lost 


28-30 


1936 


Won 


21-0 


1980 


Won 


31-6 


1949 


Won 


14-6 


1969 


Won 


20-7 


1937 


Won 


3-0 


1981 


Lost 


1 7-23 


1950 


Lost 


13-16 


1970 


Lost 


12-13 


1938 


Lost 


19-27 








1951 


Won 


53-0 


1972 


Lost 


14-20 


1939 


Lost 


7-12 




AUBURN 




1954 


Won 


42-14 


1973 


Won 


30-10 


1940 


Lost 


6-19 




(1-1) 


13-7 
7-20 


1956 


Won 


25-14 


1974 


Won 


56-13 


1942 


Won 


27-12 


1952 


Won 


1957 


Lost 


1 3-48 


1976 


Won 


30-3 


1943 


Lost 


0-39 


1958 


Lost 


1958 


Won 


21-6 


1977 


Won 


31-13 


1944 


Lost 


7-18 




PITTSBURGH 




1959 


Won 


33-28 


1978 


Won 


27-0 


1945 


Won 


19-13 




(0-1) 




I960 


Lost 


10-13 


1979 


Won 


27-0 


1957 


Won 


12-0 


1980 


Lost 


9-38 


1961 


Won 


10-7 


1980 


Won 


17-4 


1958 


Won 


44-6 


WAR] 


1962 


Won 


14-6 


1981 


Won 


24-21 


1959 


Won 


55-12 




(22-8-1) 




1963 


Lost 


14-36 


1982 


Won 


49-22 


1960 


Won 


44-12 


1917 


Won 


29-12 


1964 


Lost 


13-14 


NORT1 


1961 


Lost 


16-28 


1943 


Won 


13-7 


1965 


Lost 


7-29 




(20-25-1) 




1962 


W o n 


40-18 


1944 


Lost 


0-39 


1966 


Lost 


21-24 


1899 


Lost 


0-6 


1963 


Won 


21-6 


1954 


Tie 


13-13 


1967 


Lost 


9-31 


1920 


Won 


13-0 


1964 


Won 


10-0 


1955 


Won 


28-7 


1968 


Lost 


11-31 


1921 


Lost 


7-16 


1965 


Lost 


27-33 


1956 


Won 


6-0 


1969 


Lost 


7-24 


1922 


Lost 


3-27 


1966 


Lost 


17-41 


1957 


Won 


27-0 


1970 


Lost 


0-6 


1923 


Won 


14-0 


1967 


Lost 


7-12 


1958 


Lost 


0-34 


1971 


Won 


35-7 


1924 


Won 


6-0 


1968 


Lost 


23-28 


1959 


Lost 


7-10 


1972 


Tie 


24-24 


1925 


Lost 


0-16 


1969 


Won 


17-14 


I960 


Won 


14-13 


1973 


Lost 


22-24 


1926 


Won 


14-6 


1970 


Won 


17-14 


1961 


Won 


10-7 


1974 


Won 


20-K) 


1927 


Lost 


6-7 


1971 


Lost 


27-29 


1962 


Won 


13-2 


1975 


Won 


37-22 


1928 


Lost 


19-26 


1972 


Won 


24-23 


1963 


Won 


32-0 


1976 


Won 


16-6 


1929 


Lost 


0-43 


1973 


Won 


33-0 


1964 


Lost 


17-21 


1977 


Lost 


20-24 


1930 


Lost 


21-28 


1974 


Won 


10-0 


1965 


Won 


10-7 


1978 


Won 


31-7 


1935 


Lost 


0-33 


1975 


Won 


62-24 


1966 


Won 


34-7 


1979 


Lost 


0-7 


1936 


Lost 


0-14 


1976 


Won 


2S-0 


1967 


Lost 


1 7-35 


1980 


Won 


24-0 


1946 


Lost 


0-33 


1977 


Won 


2S-0 


1968 


Lost 


14-38 


1981 


Won 


34-9 


1947 


Lost 


0-19 


I97S 


Won 


17-7 


1969 


Won 


19-13 


1982 


Won 


23-6 


1948 


Lost 


20-49 


1979 


Won 


17-7 


1971 


Lost 


14-18 




SYRACTSE 




1950 


Tie 


7-7 


1980 


Won 


31-0 


1972 


Won 


23-0 




(12-13-2) 




1951 


Won 


14-7 


198 1 


Won 


48-7 


1973 


Won 


37-0 


1920 


Won 


10-7 


1953 


Won 


26-0 


1982 


Won 


45-14 



36 



1983 
OPPONENTS 





\\| S| VIRGINI \ I M\ I HMD 

• \l 

Mai ) I. mil 

idium (45.000) 

( o U II: l)(in Nehlen 

(Bowling Green '^8) 
PHONE: (3<i4) 293-4194 
()\ ERALL RE( OKI): 77-47-4 
I 1 wars 

WES1 VIRGINIA RECORD: 24-12 
3 \rars 



LOCATION: Morgantown, Wesl Virginia 

I NROI I MEN I 22 

( oi ORS: Okl Gold and Blue 

NICKNAMI Mountaineers 

\lllll I IC DIKE ( IOK I red Shaus 

II I 1 1 KM I \ Returning 38 1 osl 
SI KIES RECORD: 9-9-2 

SID: Mike Ballweg 

Oil l( I (304) 293-2821 
HOME: (304) 599-2821 



16 



1982 RESULTS (9-3) 



1983 S( II EI) I I I 



41 


Oklahoma 


27 


Sept. 


3 




Ohio 1 Iniversit) 


19 


Maryland 


IK 




II) 




Pacific- 


43 


Richmond 


10 




17 


at 


Maryland 


13 


Pittsburgh 


16 




24 


at 


Boston College 


20 


Boston College- 


13 


Oct. 


1 




Pittsburgh 


16 


Virginia leeh 


6 




15 




Virginia lech 





Penn State 


24 




22 


at 


Penn State 


30 


East Carolina 


3 




29 


at 


Miami (Fla.) 


20 


Temple 


17 


No\ . 


5 




1 emple 


44 


Rutgers 


17 




12 




Rutgers 


26 


Syracuse 
(Gator Bowl) 







19 


at 


Syracuse 


12 


Elorida State 


31 












VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY 

September 10 
Nashville, Tennessee 
Vanderbilt Stadium 

COACH: George Maclntyre 

(Miami of Fla.. 61) 

PHONE: (615) 322-4727 
OVERALL RECORD: 33-44-0 
VANDERBILT RECORD: 15-304) 




1 \I\ERSITY OF PITTSBURGH 

September 24 I 50 I'M 

College Park. Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45.000) 

COACH: Serafino"Eage" Fazio 
(Pitt '60) 

PHONE: (412) 624-4576 
OVERALL RECORD: 9-3 1 year 
PITTSBURGH RECORD: 9-3 1 

year 



LOCATION: Nashville. Tennessee 
ENROLLMENT: 9.000 
COLORS: Black and Gold 
NICKNAME: Commodores 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Roy Kramer 
LETTERMEN: Returning 43 Lost - 20 
SERIES RECORD: 2-6 
SID: Lew Harris 

OFFICE: (615) 322-4727 

HOME: (615) 356-6190 



LOCATION: Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania 

ENROLLMENT: 19.226 

COLORS: Blue and Gold 

NICKNAME: Panthers 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: 

LETTERMEN: Returning 

SERIES RECORD: 0-1 

SID: Jim O'Brien 

OFFICE: (412) 624-4588 
HOME: (412) 221-3508 



Dr. Edward Bozik 
29 Lost 24 





982 RESU 


TS 


(8-4) 


1983 


SCHEDULE 


1 


982 RESULTS (9-3) 




983 SCHEDULE 


24 


Memphis 






14 


Sept. 


10 




Maryland 


7 


North Carolina 6 


Sept 


3 


at 


Tennessee 


10 


North Cam 


lina 




34 




17 




Iowa State 


37 


Florida State 17 




10 




Temple 


21 


Alabama 






24 




24 




Alabama 


20 


Illinois 3 




24 


at 


Maryland 


24 


Tulane 






21 


Oct 


1 


at 


Tulane 


16 


West Virginia 1 3 


Oct. 


1 


at 


West Virginia 


31 


Florida 






29 




8 


at 


Florida 


38 


Temple 17 




8 




Florida State 


13 


Georgia 






27 




15 




Georgia 


14 


Syracuse 




15 


at 


Louisville 


19 


Ole Miss 






10 




22 


at 


Ole Miss 


63 


Louisville 14 




22 


at 


Navy 


23 


Kentucky 






10 




29 




Memphis State 


16 


Notre Dame 31 




29 




Syracuse 


45 


Virginia Tech 







Nov. 


5 




Kentucky 


24 


Army 6 


No\ 


5 


at 


Notre Dame 


27 


UT - Chattanooga 


16 




12 


at 


Virginia Tech 


52 


Rutgers 6 




12 




Army 


28 


Tennessee 






21 




26 


at 


Tennessee 


10 


Penn State 19 




19 




Penn State 




(Hall of Fame Bowl) 












(Cotton Bowl) 










28 


Air Force 






36 










3 


Southern Methodist 7 











37 




UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA 

October 1 1:30 P.M. 

College Park, Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45.000) 

COACH: George Welsh 
(Navy '56) 

PHONE: (804) 924-3063 
OVERALL RECORD: 57-55-1 
VIRGINIA RECORD: 2-9 




WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY 

October 15 1:00 P.M. 

Winston-Salem. North Carolina 

Groves Stadium (31.500) 

COACH: Al Groh 

(Virginia '67) 
PHONE: (919) 761-5631 
OVERALL RECORD: 7-15 

2 years 
WAKE FOREST RECORD: 7-15 

2 years 



LOCATION: Charlottesville, Virginia 
ENROLLMENT: 16.400 
COLORS: Orange and Blue 
NICKNAME: Cavaliers, Wahoos 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dick Schultz 
LETTERMEN: Returning — 36 Lost — 28 
SERIES RECORD: 30-15-2 
SID: Rich Murray 

OFFICE: ('804) 924-3011 



1982 RESULTS (2-9) 



16 


Navy 


20 


17 


James Madison 


21 


17 


Duke 


51 


13 


N. C. State 


16 





Clemson 


48 


34 


Wake Forest 


27 


34 


VMI 


6 


32 


Georgia Tech 


38 


14 


North Carolina 


27 


14 


Maryland 


45 


14 


Virginia Tech 


21 




1983 SCHEDULE 

Sept. 3 Duke 

10 Navy 

17 James Madison 

24 at N. C. State 
Oct. 1 at Maryland 

8 at Clemson 

15 VMI 

22 at Wake Forest 
Nov. 5 at Georgia Tech 

12 North Carolina 

19 Virginia Tech 



SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY 

October 8 1:30 P.M. 

College Park. Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Dick MacPherson 

(Springfield '58) 
PHONE: (315) 423-4817 
OVERALL RECORD: 51-42-2 

(9 years) 
SYRACUSE RECORD: 6-15-1 

(2 years) 



LOCATION: Winston-Salem, North Carolina 
ENROLLMENT: 4,800 
COLORS: Old Gold and Black 
NICKNAME: Demon Deacons 
ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Dr. Gene Hooks 
LETTERMEN: Returning — 37 Lost — 14 
SERIES RECORD: 22-8-1 
SID: Phil Warshauer 

OFFICE: (919) 761-5640 

HOME: (919) 724-6579 



31 
10 


31 
13 

7 
31 
27 
26 

7 
17 



)82 RESULTS 


(3-8) 


1983 


SCHEDULE 


Western Carolina 


10 


Sept. 


3 




Applachian State 


Auburn 




28 




10 


at 


Virginia Tech 


N. C. State 




30 




17 




Western Carolina 


Appalachian State 


22 




24 


at 


Richmond 


Virginia Tech 




10 


Oct. 


1 




N. C. State 


North Carolina 




24 




8 


at 


North Carolina 


Maryland 




52 




15 




Maryland 


Virginia 




34 




22 




Virginia 


Duke 




46 




29 


at 


Clemson 


Georgia Tech 




45 


Nov. 


5 




Duke 


Clemson 




21 




12 


at 


Georgia Tech 








DUKE 


UNIVERSITY 








October 


22 




1:30 P.M. 








College 


Pa 


rk, 


Maryland 


V s * "^ r 






Byrd Stadium 


(45.000) 



COACH: Steve Sloan 

(Alabama '66) 
PHONE: (919) 684-2635 
OVERALL RECORD: 55-55-3 
10 years 
DUKE RECORD: First Season 



LOCATION: Syracuse, New York 

ENROLLMENT: 12.000 

COLORS: Orange 

NICKNAME: Orangemen 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Jake Crouthamel 

LETTERMEN: Returning — 28 Lost — 16 

SERIES RECORD: 12-13-2 

SID: Larry Kimball 

OFFICE: (315) 423-2608 

HOME: (315) 637-8716 



1982 RESULTS (2-9) 



31 


Rutgers 


8 


18 


Temple 


23 


10 


Illinois 


47 


10 


Indiana 


17 


3 


Maryland 


26 


7 


Penn State 


28 





Pittsburgh 


14 


49 


Colgate 


15 


18 


Navy 


20 


13 


Boston College 


20 





West Virginia 


26 



1983 SCHEDULE 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



2 


at 


Temple 


10 




Kent State 


17 




Northwestern 


24 




Rutgers 


1 


at 


Nebraska 


8 


at 


Maryland 


15 




Penn State 


29 


at 


Pittsburgh 


5 


at 


Navy 


12 




Boston College 


19 




West Virginia 



LOCATION: Durham, North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 5,750 

COLORS: Blue and White 

NICKNAME: Blue Devils 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Tom Butters 

LETTERMEN: Returning 52 Lost 

SERIES RECORD: 12-14 

SID: Tom Mickle 

OFFICE: (919) 684-2633 
HOME: (919) 489-5275 



14 



1982 RESULTS (6-5) 



25 


Tennessee 


24 


30 


South Carolina 


17 


51 


Virginia 


17 


21 


Nav> 


27 


21 


Virginia Tech 


22 


14 


Clemson 


49 


22 


Maryland 


49 


38 


Georgia Tech 


21 


46 


Wake Forest 


26 


16 


N. C. State 


21 


23 


North Carolina 


17 



1983 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov . 



SCHEDULE 


3 at 


Virginia 


10 at 


Indiana 


17 


South Carolina 


1 


Miami (Fla.) 


8 at 


Virginia I ech 


15 


Clemson 


22 at 


Maryland 


29 


(ieorgia lech 


5 at 


Wake I orest 


12 


N. C. State 


19 at 


North Carolina 



38 




I M\ I RSI I N <>l 

NORTH ( AROLIN \ 

Octobei 29 1:30 P M 

College Park. Maryland 
Byrd Stadium (45,000) 

COACH: Dick (rum 

(Mi. I nion '57) 

PHONE: (''I'M 966-2575 

()\ IK \l I RE< OKI): 76-26-2 

9 years 

NORTH CAROLINA RECORD: 

42-lh-l 5 years 

I, North Carolina 



I OCA I ION: Chapel Mil 
ENROLLMENT: 21.465 
COLORS: Carolina Blue & White 
NICKNAME: Tar Heels 
ATHLETIC D1RECIOR: John SwolTord 
LETTERMEN: Returning 40 lost 14 
SERIES RECORD: 20-25-1 
SID Rick Brewer 

OFFICE: (919) 929-2721 



HOME: (919) 962-2123 



34 
62 
41 
24 
41 
24 
13 
27 
17 
33 



1982 RESULTS (7-4) 

6 Pittsburgh 7 Sept. 

Vanderbilt 10 
Army 8 

Georgia Tech 

Wake Forest 7 Oct. 

N. C. State 9 

Maryland 31 

Clemson 16 

Virginia 14 Nov. 

Duke 23 

Bowling Green 14 



1983 SCHEDULE 



3 at South Carolina 

10 Memphis State 

17 Miami of Ohio 

24 W& M 

1 at Georgia Tech 

8 Wake Forest 

15 at N. C.State 

29 at Maryland 

5 Clemson 

12 at Virginia 

19 Duke 




< I I MSON I M\ ERSITY 
Novi 1:00 P M 

mth Carolina 
Men 915) 

( () \( II: Damn lord 

(Alabama 70) 

PHONE: (803) 656-21(11 

o\ 1 R \i I Rl ( ORD: 36-1(1-1 

4 \ears 

( II MNO\ RECORD: 36-10-1 

4 sears 



LOCATION: Clemson. South Carolina 

ENROl I Ml N I: 12.093 

COLORS: Purple and Orange 

NICKNAME: Tigers 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Bill McLellan 

LETTERMEN: Returning 42 Lost 



27 



SERIES RECORD: 
SID: Bob Bradley 

OFFICE: 

HOME: 

1982 RESULTS (9- 

7 (ieorgia 

17 Boston College 

21 West Carolina 

24 Kentucky 

48 Virginia 

49 Duke 

38 N. C. State 

16 North Carolina 

24 Maryland 

24 South Carolina 

21 Wake Forest 



17-13-1 

(803) 656-2101 2114 
(803) 654-5419 



-I) 



1983 



13 

17 

10 

6 



14 

29 

13 

22 

6 

17 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



SCHEDULE 


3 




W. Carolina 


10 


at 


Boton College 


17 
24 




Georgia 
Georgia Tech 


8 




Virginia 


15 


at 


Duke 


22 




N. C. State 


29 




Wake Forest 


5 


at 


North Carolina 


12 




Maryland 


19 


at 


South Carolina 




AUBURN UNIVERSITY 

November 5 1:00 P.M. 

Auburn. Alabama 

Jordan-Hare Stadium (72.169) 

COACH: Pat Dye 

(Georgia '62) 

PHONE: (205) 826-4750 
OVERALL RECORD: 68-32-1 
AUBURN RECORD: 14-9 



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NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

\o\ember 19 

Raleigh. North Carolina 

Carter-Finley Stadium (45.600) 

COACH: Tom Reed 

(Miami of Ohio 67) 
PHONE: (919) 737-2114 
OVERALL RECORD: 34-19-2 

5 \ears 
N. C. STATE RECORD: 34-19-2 

5 years 



LOCATION: Auburn. Alabama 

ENROLLMENT: 18.401 

COLORS: Burnt Orange and Navy Blue 

NICKNAME: Tigers 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Pat Dve 

LETTERMEN: Returning — 47 Lost— 15 

SERIES RECORD: 1-1 

SID: David Housel 

OFFICE: (205) 826-4756 

HOME: (205) 887-7618 



1982 RESULTS (9-3) 



28 


Wake Forest 


10 


21 


Southern Miss. 


19 


24 


Tennessee 


14 


7 


Nebraska 


41 


18 


Kentucky 


3 


24 


Georgia Tech 





35 


Mississippi State 


17 


17 


Florida 


19 


30 


Rutgers 


7 


14 


Georgia 


19 


23 


Alabama 
(Tangerine Bowl) 


22 


33 


Boston College 


26 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1983 SCHEDULE 



LOCATION: Raleigh. North Carolina 

ENROLLMENT: 22.795 

COLORS: Red and White 

NICKNAME: Wolfpack 

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: Willis R. Casey 

LETTERMEN: Returning — 47 Lost — 23 

SERIES RECORD: 18-17-4 

SID: Ed Seaman 

OFFICE: (919) 737-2102 

HOME: (919) 829-9186 



1982 RESULTS (6-5) 



10 




Southern Miss. 


26 


Furman 





17 




Texas 


33 


East Carolina 


26 


24 


at 


Tennessee 


30 


Wake Forest 





1 




Florida State 


6 


Maryland 


23 


8 


at 


Kentucky 


16 


Virginia 


13 


15 


at 


Georgia Tech 


9 


North Carolina 


41 


22 




Mississippi 


29 


Clemson 


38 


29 




Florida 


33 


South Carolina 


3 


5 




Maryland 





Penn State 


54 


12 


at 


Georgia 


21 


Duke 


16 


26 


at 


Alabama 


3 


Miami (Fla.) 


41 



Sept. 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1983 



SCHEDULE 


10 




East Carolina 


17 




The Citadel 


24 




Virginia 


1 


at 


Wake Forest 


8 




Georgia Tech 


15 




North Carolina 


:: 


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Clemson 


29 


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South Carolina 


5 




Applachian St. 


12 


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Duke 


19 




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FINAL 1982 — WON 8, LOST 3 ACC WON 5, LOST 1 



RUSHING 


GP 


ATT 


GAIN 


LOS1 


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AVG 


TD 


LG 


PER 


Joyner 


10 


177 


1063 


24 


1039 


5.9 


7 


84 


103.9 


Nash 


1 1 


83 


451 


17 


434 


5.2 


4 


67 




Badanjek 


II 


62 


277 


3 


274 


4.4 


9 


34 




D'Addio 


9 


60 


289 


17 


272 


4.5 


3 


28 




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6 


27 


127 


3 


124 


4.6 





12 




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7 


31 


99 


14 


85 


2.7 





14 




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9 


2 


34 





34 


17.0 





19 




Brkovich 


10 


5 


26 


2 


24 


4.8 





12 




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2 


5 


22 





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4 


9 





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5 


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7 





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4 


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Reich 


3 


2 





9 


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1 1 


55 


144 


215 


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11 


516 


2548 


307 


2241 


4.3 


25 


84 


203.7 


OPPONENTS 


II 


396 


1331 


382 


959 


2.4 


12 


33 


87.2 



240 I6(UNC) 

152 I3(WFU) 

73/T4(WFU) 

61 9 (UNC) 



70 25(VA) III 26(NCS) 



345/59(WFU) 340/65(VA) 320/44(UNC) 

179 55(UNC) 159 49(PSU) 



PASSING 

Esiason 

Gelbaugh 

Reich 

Joyner 

Sadler 

Nash 



GP ATT COMP PCT INT YARDS TD LG PER GAME HIGHEST GAMES 



II 
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314 
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176 
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MD TOTALS 11 329 184 .559 11 2367 18 60 215.2 

OPPONENTS II 377 205 .544 20 2270 10 68 206.4 



279/24(Clemson) 276/18(Penn State) 

363/40(WFU) 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Esiason 
Joyner 

MD TOTALS 

OPPONENTS 



GP PLAYS YARDS AVG TDR PER GAME HIGHEST GAMES 

II 369 2231 6.1 20 202.8 275/35(Duke) 

10 178 1039 5.8 7 103.9 240/T6(UNC) 

11 845 4608 5.5 43 418.9 556/92(VA) 537/89(WFU) 

10 773 3229 4.2 22 293.5 446 89(WFU) 



PUNTING NO YARDS BLKD AVG YARDS RETURNED NET AVG LONGEST FAIR CATCH INSIDE 20 

Sadler 56 2163 38.6 25 179 35.4 66 12 II 

Team 1 I 1/15 



MD TOTALS 57 2163 

OPPONENTS 72 2628 



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13 



ATKINSON FIELD GOALS (Made) 22/23/24/25/26/28 36/38/38/39/ 43/44/45/47/49/ 50 

(Missed) 20/23/ 36/ 43/43/47 

Jess Atkinson kicked off 4 1 times into or over the end /one. There have been 31 touchbacks. Opponents have started on the six. 
eight. 10. II. 13. 16 and 19 twice. 

Jess Atkinson kicked off from the 25 into the end /one for a touchback against Wake Forest. 



42 



MARYLAND 

OPPONEN is 

POSSESSION 
MARYLAND 

OPPONENTS 



I I1IK1) DOWNS 
73/153 
53 164 



FOURTH DOWNS 

5/7 
6 X 



TIME 

357:30 

502 (o 



Nl MIO K 

154 



TIMES s< OKI D 

59 

37 



OPPONENTS FUMBLES RECOVERED: I by Wilkins, Baker, Corvino, 
Duda, Gross, Eubanks, Wingfeld, Glover, Simmons, Badanjek, DePaul 



SCORING POINTS DOW SCORED 



39 39 I'M' 16 22 FG 

1 I I I 2 2 3 4 34 runs and conversion 

2 2 10 15 42 49 84 runs 

N N 15 20 22 28 37 passes 

9 10 20 50 60 passes 

5/5 12 67 runs 43 pass 

I 18 28 runs 6 pass 

23 24 passes & conversion pass 

I I runs 

12 pass & conversion pass 

38 pass 

safety 



PASS RECEIVING NO YARDS AVG TD LG 



Atkinson 


87 


Badanjek 


56 


Joj ner 


42 


Hill 


42 


Davis 


30 


Nash 


30 


D'Addio 


24 


1 ewis 


24 


Esiason 


12 


Tice 


8 


Emerson 


6 


Team 


2 



IN II IU MM IONS NO 


^ 4RDS 


LG 


Jones 


7 


48 


15 


\K l adden 


3 


59 


27 


1 ul'. inks 


2 


IS 


19 


Hoffman 


2 








Baldwin 


2 








( lunderman 


1 


22 


22 


Wilkins 


1 


7 


7 


Gross 


1 


5 


5 


DePaul 


1 


2 


2 


Ml) TOTALS 


20 


181 


27 


OPPONI N IS 


1 1 


91 


27 



pass 



1 ice, TE 


34 


396 


1 1.6 


1 


30 


Davis. WR 


27 


445 


16.5 


5 


60 


Hill. W'R 


19 


331 


17.6 


7 


37 


Nash. RB 


19 


178 


9.4 


1 


43 


D'Addio. RB 


19 


248 


13.1 


1 


37 


Joyner, RB 


17 


1 15 


6.8 


• 


18 


Lewis. WR 


14 


">">") 


15.8 


2 


34 


Emerson. WR 


10 


146 


14.5 


1 


38 


Fazio. TE 


7 


72 


10.3 





13 


Carter. RB 


5 


48 


9.6 





20 


Badanjek. RB 


5 


53 


10.6 





17 


Scriber, WR 


4 


86 


21.5 





37 


Island. RB 


3 


24 


8.0 





9 


Renaldo. TE 


1 


3 


3.0 






18 


3 


MD TOTALS 


184 


2367 


12.9 


60 


OPPONENTS 


205 


2270 


1 II 


10 


68 



i.'^k-^jM^li. 


— 


* M t f WW 


www * HULEJey 


^I^Pif] j 





rEAM STATISTICS OPPONENTS MARM.vnd 
FIRST DOWNS 

Rush Pass Penalty 
PENALTIES YARDS 
FUMBLES LOST 
TOUCHDOWNS 
FIELD GOALS 
PAT KICK 

PASS 
POINTS AVERAGE 



KICKOFF RETURN 

Quander 
Wingfield 

Badanjek 

Simmons 

Whittle 

Nash 

Sadler 

MD TOTALS 

OPPONENTS 



SCORING BY QUARTERS 



184 


245 


65 104 15 


126 104 15 


66 


651 


88 851 


17 


1 1 


23 9 


22 


43 


15 


19 


16 22 


16 


16 


39 39 


2 


6 


3 4 


199 


18.1 


353 32.1 


NO 


YARDS 


AVG I.( 


23 


530 


23.0 74 


2 


38 


19.0 23 




29 


29.0 29 




17 


17.0 17 




12 


12.0 12 




11 


11.0 11 









30 


637 


21.2 74 


36 


645 


17.9 34 



MARYLAND 


75 


130 65 


83 


- 353 


OPPONENTS 


26 


58 54 


61 


199 


PINT RETl RNS 


NO 


YARDS 


\\ G 


LG 


Lewis 


13 


72 


5.5 


24 


Badanjek 


7 


48 


6.9 


10 


Quander 


7 


46 


6.4 


18 


MD TOTALS 


27 


166 


6.2 


24 


OPPONENTS 


26 


194* 


7.5 


44 



* includes 15 yards on blocked punt 



OWN II \IBLES RECOVERED: 4 Esiason. 2 
D'Addio. 1 each Davis. E. Aulisi. Eubanks. Benson. Solt. 
Lew is 



43 



MARYLAND DEFENSIVE STATISTICS 



SPECIAL TEAM STATISTICS 





POS 


TACKLES 




MINIS 


NO 


QB 


TACKLES 


CAUSED RECOV. BLOCKED 






TTL FIRST 


ASST 


PLAYS 


GAIN 


SACK 


TTL 


FIRST 


ASST FUMBLE FUMBLE FIELD 


Wilkins 


ILB 


119 


60 


59 


5 32 


3 


4 


6 


3 


3 


Wilson 


ILB 


98 


58 


40 


2/8 


6 


1 








Duda 


T 


95 


49 


46 


14/94 


2 


13 








Muller 


ILB 


81 


46 


35 


3 12 


2 


1 








Kolencik 


G 


71 


27 


44 


2 21 


5 


2 








Corvino 


G 


61 


41 


20 


11 39 


7 


5 








Furman 


G 


54 


21 


33 


3/25 


3 


2 








McFadden 


SAF 


52 


34 


18 


— 


— 


- 








Brown 


T 


51 


29 


22 


7/40 


3 


5 








Gross 


OLB 


49 


25 


24 


2 12 


— 


1 








Eubanks 


OLB 


45 


31 


14 


3 / 22 




3 


2 


2 





Jones 


B 


45 


38 


7 


— 


— 


— 


1 





1 


Koch 


T 


36 


18 


18 


3 17 




2 


1 





1 


Baldwin 


B 


30 


22 


8 


— 


— 


— 


2 





2 


DePaul 


ILB 


28 


17 


11 


1 13 




1 








Caldwell 


G 


13 


8 


5 


1/8 


— 


1 








Baker 


OLB 


12 


8 


4 


2/13 




1 


18 


11 


7 1 


J. Aulisi 


OLB 


12 


7 


5 


1/5 




1 


3 


2 


1 1 


Hoffman 


B 


10 


6 


4 


— 


— 


— 








Wingfield 


B 


9 


7 


2 


— 


— 


— 


9 


5 


4 


Gunderman 


B 


6 


5 


1 


— 


— 


— 


6 


6 





Niederhelman 


ILB 


4 


1 


3 


— 


— 


— 








Joyce 


T 


4 


1 


3 


1/3 


— 


1 


8 


3 


5 


Covington 


B 


4 


2 


2 


— 


— 


— 


9 


5 


4 1 


Thompson 


G 


4 


2 


2 


— 


— 


— 








Schultz 


G 


2 


2 





1/8 


— 


1 








Carpin 


OLB 


2 





2 


— 


— 


— 








Ridgeley 


B 


1 


1 





— 


— 


— 


1 


1 





Burmeister 


OLB 


1 


1 





1/6 


— 


1 


1 





1 


Whittie 


FB 














6 


3 


3 


Kronberg 


FB 














10 


5 


5 


Quander 


B 














6 


5 


1 1 


Simmons 


B 














4 


4 


1 


Glover 


OT 














3 





3 1 


Austin 


B 














7 


2 


5 


Atkinson 


K 














3 


1 


2 


Badanjek 


FB 














1 





1 1 


E. Aulisi 


OG 














1 





1 


Tye 


OG 














2 


1 


1 


Brkovich 


FB 














3 





3 


Sadler 


P 














1 





1 



NOTES: John Tice, tight end. had a tackle of North Carolina defensive back after 57 yard run with pass interception. 

SPECIAL TEAMS TURNED BALL OVER TO DEFENSE 

vs Penn State on 32 (recovered fumbled punt) kicked 47 yard field goal 
vs West Virginia on 40 (recovered fumbled punt) kicked 49 yard field goal 
vs N.C. State on 6 (recovered fumbled kickoff) kicked 24 yard field goal 
vs Indiana State on 34 (24 punt return) Rick Badanjek then 34 for TD 
vs Duke on 21 (74 yard opening kickoff return) touchdown in three plays 

Tim Quander blocked Wake Forest field goal att with 2 seconds left in first half 3 3 on 28 
Linebacker Joe Wilkins is the snapper on deep snaps, six tackles after punts 



44 



NATIONAL RANKINGS: The Maryland Terrapins won the National ( Championship in 1953 finishing tirst in all of 

(he polls. The Terps have ranked in the top ten in the Associated I'ress Poll five times. In 1951 Maryland ranked third but 
then defeated National Champion Tennessee 28-13 in the Sugar Bowl. 



1951 



1951 



1954 



1955 



1976 



1 


Tennessee 


1 


MMO 1 AND 


1 


ohm State 


1 


Oklahoma 


1 


Pittsburgh 


2 


Mich. St. 


2 


Noire Dame 


2 


U.C.I A 


2 


Mil h si 


2 


So ( .,1 


3 


\l M<y 1 \NI> 


3 


Mich. St. 


.1 


Oklahoma 


3 


MARYI \ND 


3 


Michigan 


4 


Illinois 


4 


( Ikl.ihom.i 


4 


Notre Dame 


4 


U.C.L.A 


4 


Houston 


5 


Ga. Tech 


5 


U.C.L.A. 


5 


N.iw 


5 


1 ( i 


5 


Oklahoma 


6 


Princeton 


6 


Rice 


6 


Mississippi 


6 


Ohio State 


6 


Ohio State 


7 


Stanford 


7 


Illinois 


7 


Army 


7 


Ga. Tech 


7 


lexas A&M 


8 


Wisconsin 


S 


Ga.Tcch. 


8 


MARVI Wl> 


8 


Notre Dame 


8 


MARVI AND 


9 


Baylor 


9 


Iowa 


9 


Wisconsin 


9 


Mississippi 


9 


Nebraska 


10 


Oklahoma 


10 


West Va. 


It) 


Arkansas 


10 


Auburn 


III 


Georgia 




RANDY WHITE was awarded the Ol'TLAND TROPHY, the LOMBARDI TROPHY, the LIBERTY BOWL MYP, 
ACT PLAYER OF THE YEAR honors and his number (94) was retired by the University of Maryland in 1 974. White, a 
defensive tackle for the Terps is now with the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL. 



45 



MARYLAND ALL-AMERICANS 



HONORABLE MENTION ALL-AMERICANS (AP & UPI) 



1 93 1 


Jess Krajcovic G 


1934 


Norwood Sothoron — FB 




Vic Willis — E 




BUI Guckeyson HB 




Ed Minion — T 


1935 


Bill Guckeyson HB 




Vic Willis — E 


1936 


Bill Guckeyson HB 


1937 


Jim Meade HB 


1940 


Bob Smith - C 




Ralph Albarano — T 


1942 


Tommy Mont QB 




Paul Flick — C 


1947 


Lou Gambino HB 




Gene Kinney — C 


1948 


Ray Krouse - T 




Elmer Wingate E 


1950 


Ed Mod7elewski FB 


1951 


Jack Scarbath QB 




Tom Cosgrove — C 




Dave Cianelli — FB 




Joe Petruzzo — HB 


1952 


Stan Jones — T 


1953 


Chet Hanulak - HB 




Ralph Felton FB 




Bill Walker — E 




John Irvine — C 




Bob Morgan — T 


1954 


Dick Bielski - FB 




Ronnie Walker - HB 




Jack Bowersox G 




John Irvine — C 




Bill Walker — E 



Bob Pellegrini — G 
George Palahunik — G 

1955 Mike Sandusky — T 
Jack Davis — G 

Frank Tamburello — QB 
Ed Heuring — T 

1956 Mike Sandusky — T 
Jack Davis G 
Gene Alderton — C 

1957 Rod Breedlove - G 
Ed Cooke - E 
Gene Alderton — C 

I95X Rod Breedlove — G 
Fred Cole T 

1959 Rod Breedlove — G 
Jim Joyce FB 
Gary Collins — E 
Tom Gunderman — G 
Kurt Schwartz — T 

1960 Garv Collins — E 
Dale Bettv QB 

1961 Bob Hacker -C 

1962 Dick Shiner QB 
Walter Rock G 
Roger Shoals — T 
Tom Brown HB 

1965 Bob Sullivan — DB 

1969 Ralph Sonntag — OT 

1970 Guy Roberts — DE 

1972 Paul Vellano — DG 
Bob Smith — DB 

1973 Randy White - DT 
Louis Carter - HB 



1974 



1975 



1976 



1977 
1978 



1979 
19X0 

19X2 



Boh Smith DB 
Louis Carter HB 
Steve Mike- Mayer KS 
Stan Rogers OT 
Bob Smith DB 
Harrv Walters LB 
Walter White TE 
LeRov Hughes DE 
Jim Brechbiel DB 
Ke\ in Benson I B 
Paul Divito DG 
Brad Carr LB 
Ed Fulton OG 
Mark Manges QB 
Ken Rov DB 
lorn Schick OT 
Larrv Seder DG 
Ted Klaube DG 
Steve Atkins TB 
Charles Johnson I) I 
Bruce Palmer - DG 
I loyd Burruss DB 
Charlie Wysocki IB 
Larrj Steward OT 
Charlie Wysocki IB 
Lloyd Burruss DB 
Marlin Van Horn DG 
Jess Atkinson PK 
Mark Duda DT 
Boomer Esiason QB 
Dave Pacella OT 
John Tice TE 



FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION 



1961 
1974 
1976 
1979 



First Team 

Gary Collins 
Randy White 
Joe Campbell 
Dale Castro 



E 
- DT 
DT 
KS 



AMERICAN FOOTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION 

First Team 

1961 Garv Collins — E 

1973 Paul Vellano - DG 

1974 Randy White - DT 
1976 Joe Campbell — DT 



ASSOCIATED PRESS 

First Team 

1950 Bob Ward G 

1951 Bob Ward G 

1952 Jack Scarbath QB 
Dick Modzeleuski QB 

1953 Stan Jones - T 
1955 Bob Pellegrini C 

1973 Randy White DT 

1974 Randy White DT 

Second Team 

1923 Bill Supplee E 
1928 Gerald Snvder FB 
1949 Ray Krouse T 
1951 Dick Modzelewski - T 
Ed Modzelewski FB 

1953 Bernie Falonev QB 

1954 Bill Walker E 
1961 Garv Collins DT 
1976 Joe Campbell DT 

Third Team 

1955 Fd Vereb HB 
1973 Paul Vellano DG 



INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE 

(now merged as UPI) 





First Team 




1951 


Bob Ward G 




1952 


Jack Scarbath 


Q 




Dick Modzelews 


ki 


1953 


Stan Jones T 






Bernie Falonv 


QB 


1955 


Bob Pellegrini 
Second Team 


C 


1953 


Chet Hanulak 


QB 


1955 


Ed Vereb HB 





THE SPORTING NEWS 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward G 

1952 Jack Scarbath QB 
Dick Modzelewski I 

1953 Stan Jones T 
Bernie Falonej QB 

1955 Bob Pellegrini ( 
Mike Sanduskj I 

1974 Ranch While Dl 

Steve Mike-Mayei ks 

1976 Joe Campbell Dl 

1979 Dale (astro KS 



UNITED PRESS 

First Team 

1951 Bob Ward G 

1952 Jack Scarbath QB 
Dick Modzelewski I 

1953 Stan Jones T 
1955 Bob Pellegrini C 
1961 Garj Collins DT 
1974 Randv White DT 
1979 Dale Castro - KS 

Second Team 

1950 Bob Ward G 

1951 Ed Modzeleuski 1 B 
1953 Bernie Falonev QB 
1955 MikeSandusk) 1 

Bill Walker F 
1973 Paul Vellano DG 
1976 Joe Campbell Dl 

Third ream 

1951 Dick Modzeleuski I 
1955 Ed Vereb II B 



TIME MAGAZINE 

First I earn 
1974 Randj White Dl 

Steve Mike-Mayer ks 



46 



TERPS ON ALL-ACC TEAMS 

"Atlantic Coast Sportswriters Association" 



1953 I IKs i i i \\i 
Stan lones tackle 

l.u k Bowersox i iuard 
Bernie I a lone j Back 
Chester Hanulak Hack 

si ( ()M) II \\1 
Kill Walkei I ml 
Bob Morgan I ackle 
Ralph I ill. hi Back 

rHIRD II \M 
lohn Irvine < 'entei 
Martj ( rylzei 1 ml 

IM W I R OF III! Yl \K 
Bei mi' I alone) 

COACH 01 1 III Yl AR 

Jim I. Hum 

1954 1 IKS I I I AM 
Bill Walkei 1 mi 
Dick Bielski Back 
Ronnie Waller Back 

SECOND TEAM 
Huh Pellegrini Guard 
lohn lr\ ine Centei 

I II IK 1) I I Wl 

Jack Bowersox Guard 

1955 I IKS I II \\1 

Mike Sandusky 1 ackle 
Jack Dav is (maid 
Bob Pellegrini Center 
EdVereb Back 

si ( OND I I \M 
Hill Walker End 
Russell Dennis End 
I i .i nk I amburello Back 

PI \YER OF THE YEAR 
Huh Pellegrini Center 

COACH OF THE YEAR 

Jim I alum 

JACOBS Bl OCK.ING 
TROPHY 

Bub Pellegrini Center 

1956 HKSI IEW1 

Mike Sandusk) I ackle 
lack Da\ is Guard 

I 1IIRI) IE Wl 
Gene Alderton Center 

1957 FIRS! I T Wl 
Ed Cooke I nd 

Rod Breedlove Guard 

SECOND TE KM 
Gene Mderton Center 

1958 SI IOM) 1 1 Wl 
Fred Cole Tackle 
Rod BrecdUne Guard 



1959 SECOND II Wl 

I oin < lundei man Guard 

Inn loyCI Ha. 1 

1960 1 IKS I II AM 

i ..it , ( ollins I nd 

1961 MRS I II Wl 

( larj ( ollins I nd 
Boh llackci Centei 

-SECOND I I AM 
Roger Shoals I ackle 
Bill Kirchiro l"ackle 

l%2 EIRSI I I AM 

Walter Rock Guard 
Dick Shiner Back 
I oin Bi ou n Back 

1963 SECOND I I Wl 
Dick Shiner Back 

1464 EIRSI If AM 

Jerry Fishman Guard 

si COND II AM 

Olal Drozdov I ackle 
Tom Mickey Back 

1965 DEFENSIVI I 1 AM 
Bob Sullivan Back 

1966 DEFENSIVE TEAM 
Dick Abshei I nd 

1969 OFFENSIVE I EAM 
Ralph Sonntag I ackle 

JACOBS Bl OCKING 
IROPHY 

Ralph Sonntag 

197(1 DEFENSIVE TEAM 

Guy Roherts End 

197! OFFENSIVE TEAM 
Dan Bungori End 

1972 DEFENSIVE I I Wl 

Paul Vellano Guard 

Boh Smith Safet) 

1973 DEFENSIVI 1 I Wl 

Rand) While I ackle 
Paul Vellano (maul 
Bob Smith Safet) 

OEE1 NSI\ 1 I 1 Wl 
Louis Carter I ailback 

COACH OE THE YE \R 

Jerry Claiborne 

19-4 DEFENSIVE IE Wl 

Bob Smith Safety 

Harry Walters Linebacker 

Rand\ White I ackle 



01 I I \si\ I I I wi 
I .mis ( aiier 1 ailback 

Slan Rogers I ackle 

Steve Mil via Kickei 

PI W I R 01 I III VI M< 
Rand) White Del I ackle 

1975 1)1 I I NSIVI II AM 
1 eRo) Hughes I nd 
Inn Brechbiel Back 
Kevin Benson Linebacker 
li ii i ampbell I ackle 
Paul I >i\ no Guard 

01 I I NS1\ I I I AM 
Mai i. m Koprowski 1 acklt 

SP1 ( IM ISI 

Mike Sochko Kicker 

COACH 01 I III YEAR 
leny Claiborne 

1976 DM I \si\ 1 II Wl 

kin Ron Back 
Joe Campbell I ackle 
Brad Carr I inebacker 
I arr) Seller Guard 

OFF! \SI\ 1 II AM 

Mark Manges Quarterback 
I .1 I niton Guard 
Tom Schick 1 ackle 

COM HOI I HE YEAR 
Jerr) Claiborne 

1977 DEFENSIVE II Wl 

Ted Klaube Guard 

I97X DI IT \SI\ I II Wl 

Bruce Palmer Guard 
( hai les Johnson 1 ackle 
I loyd Burruss Back 

1979 OFFENSIVE TEAM 

1 arry Stewart I ackle 
Charlie Wysocki Tailback 

-SPECIAI ISI 

Dale Castro kicker 

1980 Oil I NSIVI II W! 

Charlie Wysocki Tailback 

DEFENSIVE TEAM 

1 loyd Burruss Back 
Marlin \ an Horn Guard 

1982 01 I I \s|\ I II Wl 
Dave Pacella Tackle 

DEI I \sl\ I TEAM 
Mark Duda Tackle 

SPEC I \l ISI 

less Atkinson kicker 

( OACH OE THE iEAR 

Bohtn Ross 



47 



THE TERP A WARDS 



The Alvin L. Aubinoe Trophy to the unsung hero of the season. 

1965 Charles Krahling 



Center 1974 Frank Russell -- End 

1966 Bobbv Collins -- Back 1975 Jim Richey -- Tackle 

1967 Pat Baker -- Back 1976 Bob Raba -- End 

1968 Rick Carlson -- End 1977 Don Rhodes -- Center 

1969 Paul Fitzpatrick -- Back 1978 Mike Simon -- Center 

1970 Robert J. MacBride -- Tackle 1979 Richard Cummins -- Guard 

1971 Jeff Shugars -- Quarterback 1980 Scott Fanz -- Tackle 

1972 Ron Kecman -- Center 1981 Todd Wright -- Center 

1973 Ken Scott -- Tackle 1982 Frank Kolencik — Defensive guard 

John Nash -- Back 

Doug Miller — Center 

The George C. Cook Memorial Scholarship Trophy to a member of the football team with the highest scholastic average. 



1956 

1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 



Al Wharton - Tackle 
Wilbur Main -- Center 
Ted Kershner -- Back 
Joe Gardi - - Tackle 
Leroy Dietrich -- Center 
Dick Barlund -- End 
Murnis Banner -- Halfback 
George Stem -- Halfback 
John Kenny -- End 



1962 Don White -- Quarterback 1969 William Grant -- End 



1975 Kim Hoover 



End 



1963 Dave Nardo -- End 

1964 Dave Nardo - End 1970 

1965 Bruce Springer -- Back 1971 

1966 Larry Bagranoff - Tackle 1972 

1967 Chuck Tine -- Tackle 1973 

1968 Ralph Friedgen -- Guard 1974 



Ralph Friedgen -- Guard 
Patrick M. Burke -- Guard 
Steve Fromang - Tackle 
Steve Fromang - Tackle 
James Martell -- End 
Kim Hoover -- End 



1976 Jonathan Claiborne -- Safety 

1977 Jonathan Claiborne -- Safety 

1978 Joe Muffler -- Defensive End 

1979 Ralph Lary -- Safety 

1980 Ralph Lary -- Safety 

1981 Mark Sobel -- End 

1982 Gregory E. Harraka -- Center 



Anthony C. Nardo Memorial Trophy to the best football lineman of the year. 

1950 Bob Ward -- Guard 

1951 Bob Ward -- Guard 

1952 William Maletzky -- Guard 

1953 Stan Jones — Tackle 

1954 Bob Pellegrini - Guard 

1955 Mike Sandusky -- Tackle 

1956 Al Wharton — Tackle 
Bob Beall - Tommy Marcos Trophy to 

1970 Guy M. Roberts -- End 

1971 Dennis O'Hara -- End 

1972 Paul Vellano -- Guard 



Don Healy - - Tackle 
Fred Cole - - Tackle 
Tom Gunderman -- Guard 
Gary Collins -- End 
Bilf Kirchio -- Tackle 
Dave Crossan - Tackle 
Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 
the best football lineman of the year. 

1973 Randy White - - Tackle 

1974 Randy White -- Tackle 



1957 
1958 
1959 
1960 
1961 
1962 
1963 



1964 Fred Joyce — Guard 

1965 Dick Absher -- End 

1966 Dick Absher -- End 

1967 Jim Lavrusky -- Linebacker 

1968 Ron Pearson -- End 

1969 Peter Mattia -- Tackle 



1980 Eric Sievers -- Tight End 

1981 Dave Pacella - Tackle 

1982 Dave Pacella - - Tackle 



Ray Krouse Memorial Award to most valuable senior. 



1974 Randy White 

1975 John Schultz 

1976 Tim Wilson - 



- Def. Tackle 1977 Ted Klaube -- Guard 1980 

- Wingback 1978 Neal Olkewicz -- Linebacker 1981 
Fullback 1979 Brian Matera -- Linebacker 1982 



Lloyd Burruss -- Def. Halfback 
Greg Vanderhout -- Def. Guard 
John Tice - Tight end 



Jim Tatum Memorial Trophy 

1959 Kurt Schwarz 

1960 Tom Sankovich 

1961 Bill Kirchiro 

1962 Dave Crossan 

1963 Olaf Drozdov 

1964 Larry Bagranoff 

1965 Larry Bagranoff 

1966 Tom Cichowski 



to the outstanding tackle. 

1967 Tom Myslinski 



1968 


Tom Plevin 


1969 


Peter Mattia 


1970 


Peter Mattia 


1971 


Guy Roberts 


1972 


Paul Vellano 


1973 


Randy White 


1974 


Randy White 



1975 Paul Divito 
Marion Koprowski 

1976 Joe Campbell 

1977 Ted Klaube 

1978 Charles Johnson 

1979 Kervin Wyatt 

1980 Ed Gall 

1981 Greg Vanderhout 

1982 Mark D. Duda 



The Teke Trophy to the student who during his four years at the University has rendered the greatest service to football. ( Became 
the Terrapin Club Award in 1975). 



1949 John Idzik —Back 1960 

1950 John Idzik - Back 1961 

1951 Bob Ward -- Guard 1962 

1952 Ed Fullerton -- Back 1963 

1953 Bernie Faloney -- Back 1964 

1954 John Irvine -- Center 1965 

1955 Bob Pellegrini - Center 1966 

1956 Mike Sandusky - Tackle 1967 

1957 Gene Alderton -- Center 1968 

1958 Bob Rusevlyan - Back 1969 

1959 Kurt Schwarz - Tackle 1970 



Vincent Scott -- End 1971 

Gary Collins -- End 1972 

Tom Brown Halfback 1973 

Bob Burton - Halfback 1974 

Olaf Drozdov - Tackle 1975 

George Stem -- Back 1976 

Dick Absher -- End 1977 

Lou Stickel -- Back 1978 

Billy Lovett - Fullback 1979 

Kenneth B. Dutton -- Back 1980 

Peter Mattia -■ Tackle 1981 

1982 



Tommy Miller Back 

Don Ratliff - End 

Paul Vellano -- Guard 

Randy White - Tackle 

LeRoy Hughes - End 

Bob Raba End 

Brad Carr Linebacker 

Dean Richards - End 

James Shaffer End 

Lloyd Burruss - Halfback 

Charlie Wysocki Tailback 

Mike Corvino -- Defensive Guard 



48 



OUTSTANDING AWARDS IN THE PAST 



OU II AND I ROPHY (I ineman ol Year) 

1952 Dick Modzelewski 
1974 Rand) White 

WAI II R C Wll' Ml MORI \l I KOIMH 
i Playei ol V eai i 

1955 Boh Pellegrini 

I OMBARD1 I KOPin (I ineman ol Year) 
1974 Rand) White 

UNI 1 I I) PR1 SS I INI M \N Ol VI \R 
1955 Bob Pellegrini 
1974 Rand) White 

Ml WIICCOASI CONFERENCE (Player of 
195 ! Bernie I alone) 
1955 Hob Pellegrini 

1974 Rand) White 

\l I ANTIC COAST CONFERENCE (Coach ol 

1953 Jim Tatum 
1955 - Jim latum 
1973 - Jerry Claiborne 

1975 Jerr\ Claiborne 
I97d - Jerry Claiborne 
1982 Bobby Ross 

JACOBS BLOCKING TROPHY 

1955 Bob Pellegrini 
1969 Ralph Sonntag 
1982 Dave Pacella 

NATIONAL FOOTBALL FOUNDAI'ION 
HALL OF FAME 

19X0 Bob Ward 



III ISM \\ \\\ \Kl> (Outstanding ( ollege Football Player) 
1952 lack Scarbath (Runner-up) 

NATIONA1 COACH Ol YEAR(byTHI SPORTING NEWS) 
1974 I c- 1 1 \ Claiborne 

(b\ the Washington 1 1) Club) 

1982 Bobb) Ross 

OUTSTANDING PI AYER 

1956 Bob Pellegrini 



( Ol I I (.1 Al I -SI \RS 



MVP HI UE-GRAY (. Wll 
Year) 1971 Gu) Roberts 

MVP COACHIS All-AMIRK \\ GAMI 
1974 Louis Carter 

Year) MVP LIBERTY BOWL 

1974 Randy White 

MVP GATOR BOWL 

1975 Steve Atkins 

"OUTSTANDING PLAYERS" HALL OF FAME CLASSIC 
1977 - Offense Chuck White 

Defense Charles Johnson 

BRIAN PICCOLO AWARD 

1973 - Al Neville 

1974 - Dave Visaggio 

MVP OFFENSE TANGERINE BOWL 

19X0 Charlie Wysocki 



THE COACHES AWARDS 



OFFENSIVE BA< K 



OFFENSIVE LINEM \\ 



DEFENSD K H\( K 



DEFENSIVE LINEM \N 



1952 


Chester Hanulak HB 


1 urn Cosgrove — C 


Ed Fullerton HB 


John Alderman E 


1953 


Ralph Felton FB 


Martv Crytzer — E 


Dick Nolan HB 


Bob Morgan T 


1954 


Ron Waller HB 


lack Bovversox — G 


Joe Horning HB 


Tom Mel uckie — G 


1955 


Ld Vereb HB 


Russell Dennis — E 


Lynn Beightol QB 


Mike Sanduskv T 


1956 


Fred Hamilton HB 


Al Wharton T 


Bob Ruse\lyan QB 


Mike Sandusky — T 


1957 


Bob Rusevlvan QB 


lom Gunderman — G 


Bob Layman HB 


Rod Breedlove — G 


I9SS 


Boh Rusevlyan QB 


Fred Cole — T 


Jim Joyce FB 


Ben Scotti E 


1959 


Jim Joyce FB 


Tom Gunderman — G 


Dvvayne Fletcher HB 


Rod Breedlove — G 


I960 


Dale Bettv QB 


Bob Hacker — C 


Jim Davidson HB 


Tom Sankovich I 


1961 


Dick Shiner QB 


Roger Shoals — T 


Tom Brown HB 


Dave Crossan — T 


1962 


Tom Brown HB 


Roger Shoals — T 


Joe Hre/o LB 


Waller Rock — G 


1963 


Dick Shiner QB 


Gene Feher - C 


Eernie \n//i HB 


Joe Ferrante G 


1964 


lom Hickey TB 


Joe Frataroli G 


Bob Sullivan HB 


Olaf Dro?dov — T 


1965 


Walt Marciniak FB 


Matt Arbutina 1 


Fred Cooper HB 


Larry Bagranoff — T 


1966 


Alan Pastrana QB 


Tim Cichokski — T 


Lou Stickel HB 


Jim Lavrusky — LB 


1967 


BilK Lovett FB 


Ron Pearson G 


Bob Colbert HB 


Mike Grace - G 


1968 


Billv Lo\ett FB 


Bill Meister - G 


Kenny Dutton HB 


Henry Gareis — E 


1969 


Tom Miller FB 


Bill Meister G 


Tony Greene S 


Peter Mattia T 


1970 


Art Seymore HB 


Pat Burke - G 


Tony Greene S 


Guy Roberts 1 


197! 


M Neville QB 


Iim Brannon G 


Larry Marshall HB 


Chris Cowdre) r 


1972 


Bob Avellini QB 


rim Brannon - G 


Bob Smith S 


Paul Yellano — G 


1973 


Louis Carter IB 


Bart Purvis G 


Harry Wallers IB 


Randv White - T 


1974 


1 ouis Carter IB 


Stan Rogers T 


Harry Walters LB 


Randy White I 


1975 


John Schult2 \VB 


Marion Koprowski — T 


Kevin Benson LB 


Paul Divuo (j 


I9"6 


Mark Manges QB 


Ed Fulton - G 
Tom Schick — T 


Brad Carr 1 B 


Joe Campbell — T 


1977 


1 arrv Dick QB 


Mike Veates — G 


Brad Carr LB 


led Klaube - G 



George Scott HB 

1978 Steve' Atkins TB 

1979 Charlie Wysocki IB 

1980 Charlie Wysocki TB 

1981 'Boomer" Esiason QB 
19s; 'Boomer" Esiason QB 

Willie Joyner RB 



Eric Sievers TE 
Kerwin Wyalt — G 
Kewin Wyatt G 
Eric Siever — TE 
Dave Pacella — T 
Dave Pacella — T 



Neal Olkewicz LB 

Brian Malera — LB 

Llovd Burruss HB 
Darnell Dailev LB 
Bill McFadden HB 



Charles Johnson — T 
Bruce Palmer — G 
James Shaffer 1 
Ed Gall T 

Greg Vanderhout — G 
Ma^k Duda — T 



49 



TERP LEADERS OVER THE YEARS — Single Season Marks 

(Regular Season Games) 



SCORING 

97 Bob Shemonski — 1950 

96 Lu Gambino — 1947 

96 Ed Vereb — 1955 

87 Jess Atkinson — 1982 

84 Louis Carter — 1973 

79 Steve Mike-Mayer - 1974 

73 Ed Loncar — 1978 

70 Dale Castro - 1979 

69 Steve Mike-Mayer 1973 

67 Mike Sochko - 1975 

66 Charlie Wvsocki - 1980 

66 Steve Atkins — 1978 

66 Ed Modzelewski — 1951 

60 Jess Atkinson — 1981 

56 John Schultz — 1974 

56 Rick Badanjek — 1982 

55 Darryl Hill - 1963 

55 Kambiz Behbahani 1971 

54 Steve Atkins — 1977 

54 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

54 Dick Bielski — 1954 

53 Ralph Felton — 1953 



TOUCHDOWNS 

16 Lu Gambino — 1947 

16 Bob Shemonksi 1950 

16 Ed Vereb - 1955 

14 Louis Carter — 1973 

I I Charlie Wvsocki - 1980 

I I Steve Atkins — 1978 

II Ed Modezelewski — 1951 
9 Alvin Maddox — 1977 

9 Bernie Falonev - 1954 

9 John Schultz — 1974 

9 Rick Badanjek - 1982 



TOUCHDOWN RECEPTIONS 

8 Dan Bungori - 1971 

7 Billv Van Heusen - 1966 

7 Darryl Hill -- 1963 

7 Greg Hill - 1982 

6 Don Ratliff— 1972 

5 Walter White - 1973 

5 Kim Hoover — 1975 



INTERCEPTIONS 

10 Bob Sullivan — 1965 

8 Tom Brown — 1961 

7 Ralph Lary — 1979 

7 Bob Smith — 1972 

7 Lendell Jones — 1982 

6 Larry Marshall — 1971 

6 Tom Brown — 1962 

6 Bernie Faloney — 1953 

6 Joe Horning — 1951 



RUSHING PLAYS 

334 Charlie Wysocki - 1980 

283 Steve Atkins 1978 

247 Charlie Wysocki 1979 

224 Louis Carter - 1974 

221 Art Sevmore — 1970 

218 Louis Carter - 1973 

217 BilK I ovett 1968 

188 George Scott 1977 

182 Bo Hickev 1964 

177 Willie Joyner 1982 

169 Tommy Miller - 1969 

159 Charlie Wvsocki 1981 

156 1 en Chiaverini 1962 

147 Steve Atkins 1977 

141 AKin Maddox 1976 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

2231 "Boomer" Esiason -- 1982 

1689 Bob Avellini — 1974 

1593 Mark Manges — 1976 

1560 "Boomer" Esiason — 1981 

1426 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1421 TimO'Hare - 1978 

1395 Alan Pastrana 1966 

1386 Jack Scarbath 1952 

1359 Charlie Wysocki - 1980 

1301 Larry Dick — 1977 

1265 Al Neville - 1971 

1261 Steve Atkins — 1978 

1257 Bob Avellini — 1972 

1186 Dick Shiner — 1963 

1156 Larry Dick - 1975 

YARDS PASSING 

2302 "Boomer" Esiason — 1982 

1648 Bob Avellini — 1974 

1635 "Boomer" Esiason — 1981 

1499 Alan Pastrana — 1966 

1388 TimO'Hare — 1978 

1351 Larry Dick - 1977 

1324 Dick Shiner — 1962 

1275 Al Neville — 1971 

1251 Bob Avellini — 1972 

1190 Larrv Dick — 1975 

1165 Dick' Shiner — 1963 

1149 Jack Scarbath - 1952 

1145 Mark Manges — 1976 

1076 Tommy Mont — 1942 

1053 Alan Pastrana — 1968 

MOST PASS COMPLETIONS 

176 "Boomer" Esiason — 1982 

122 "Boomer" Esiason 1981 

121 Dick Shiner - 1962 

112 Bob Avellini — 1974 

108 Dick Shiner - 1963 

107 Al Neville 1971 

105 TimO.Hare - 1978 

102 Al Pastrana — 1966 

98 Bob Avellini — 1972 

90 Larrv Dick 1975 

83 Larry Dick — 1977 

82 Dale' Betty - 1960 

81 Al Pastrana — 1968 

81 Mark Manges — 1976 

MOST YARDS 
PASS RECEPTIONS 

593 Lloyd Coltervahn — 1952 

575 Dean Richards - 1978 

557 Tom Brown — 1962 

536 Billv Van Heusen 1966 

532 Kini Hoover - 1975 

516 Darryl Hill 1963 

515 Don 'Ratliff- 1972 

505 Vince Kinney — 1977 

499 Roland Merritt — 1969 

498 Russell Davis - 1981 

490 Dan Bungori — 1971 

472 Frank Russell - 1972 

468 Frank Russell - 1973 

462 Bobby Collins - 1965 

MOST TOUCHDOWN PASSES 

18 "Boomer" Esiason 1982 

17 Alan Pastrana 1966 

12 lommv Mont 1942 

11 Mark Manges 1976 

10 Al Neville 1971 

10 Dick Shiner 1963 

10 Vic Iurvn 1948 

9 "Boomer" Esiason 1981 

x Jack Scarbath 1951 

8 Larrv Dick 1975 



MOST PASS RECEPTIONS 

47 Tom Brown 1962 

43 Darrvl Hill - 1963 

39 Frank Russell — 1973 

38 Kim Hoover — 1975 

36 Don Ratliff— 1972 

35 Dean Richards — 1978 

34 John Tice - 1982 

32 Vince Kinney — 1977 

32 Dan Bungori — 1971 

32 Dennis O'Hare — 1971 

32 Llovd Colteryahn - 1952 

31 John Tice - 1981 

31 Frank Russell — 1974 

30 Jan Carinci — 1979 

30 Frank Russell - 1972 

30 Gary Collins - I960 

30 Gary Collins - 1961 

29 Chris Havener - 1980 

27 Walter White - 1973 

27 Walter White - 1974 

27 Russell Davis — 1982 

YARDS RUSHING 

1359 Charlie Wysocki — 1980 

1261 Steve Atkins — 1978 

1 140 Charlie Wvsocki — 1979 

1063 Willie Joyner — 1982 

991 Louis Carter — 1974 

963 Billy Lovett — 1968 

945 Art Seymore — 1970 

904 Lu Gambino — 1947 

894 Bo Kickey — 1964 

894 George Scott — 1977 

834 Ed Modzelewski - 1951 

801 Louis Carter — 1973 

753 Chet Hanulak - 1953 

715 Charlie Wysocki — 1981 

678 Alvin Maddox - 1976 

642 Ed Vereb 1955 

629 Tom Miller - 1969 

625 Ed Modzelewski — 1949 

621 Steve Atkins — 1976 

610 Tim Wilson — 1976 

602 Len Chiaverini — 1962 

TACKLES 

188 NealOlkewicz - 1978 

186 Ted Klaube — 1977 

173 Harrv Walters - 1974 

159 Brian Matera — 1979 

157 Brad Carr - 1976 

151 Bruce Palmer — 1978 

147 Randy White — 1974 

SACKS 

13 Mark Duda 1982 

13 Bruce Palmer 1978 
12 Randv White 1974 

12 Charles Johnson 1978 

11 Mike Corvino - 1981 

I I Marlin Van Horn 1978 

10 Gurnest Brown 1981 

8 Ernie Salley - 1975 

7 Joe Campbell - 1975 

TACKLES IN BACKFIELD 

24 Randv White 1974 

18 Charles Johnson 1978 

17 Bruce Palmer 1978 

15 Gurnest Brown I9M 

14 Marlin Van Horn 1978 
14 Chip Garber 1976 

14 MikeCorvino 1981 

14 Mark Duda I9K2 

13 Charles Johnson 1977 
13 Ernie Salley 1975 

12 Joe Campbell 1975 
12 Paul Divito 1975 



50 



MARYLAND COACHES 
DOWN THE YEARS 



Veai 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

189^ 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905* 

1906 

1907" 

1908 

1909 

1910 

191 I 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 



1916 

1917 
1918 

1919 



M VK\ 1 \\l> VGGII s 

Mi. ni ( oach 

»\V W Skinner 

•s ii Harding 
•J. G. Bannon 
No I cam 
*c in-in ille 1 ewis 
"John I illibridge 
M I Kenl) 
*S M. Cooke 
•I II Peters 
*E. B. Dunbai 

D. .lohn Mai key 



'Fred Nielsen 

C G Church & C. Melick 
Bill Lang 

Barney Cooper & F Larkin 
R Alston 

C. Donnelly & II C B>rd 

-H. C. Byrd 



MARYLAND M Ml 



H. C. B\rd 



I M\ I KSI1 \ OF M \K^ I VNI) 

7 2 

3 5 I 

4 5 I 
7 2 I 

1 1 1 

2 5 I 

4 I 

7 



\\ 1 


1 


1920 




i 


I) 


1921 




6 o 





1922 




3 3 





1923 
1924 




6 2 


2 


192? 




2 4 





1926 




2 5 





1927 


-II C Byrd 


1 4 





1928 




3 4 


1 


1929 




1 7 





1930 




3 5 


2 


1931 




7 4 





1932 




2 4 


J 


1933 




6 4 





1934 




5 3 





1935* 




3 6 





1936 


Jack Faber 


3 X 





1937 




2 5 





1938 


1 lank M Dobson 


4 3 


1 


1939. 




4 4 


2 


1940 


Jack Faber. \1 He. 


6 1 


1 


1941 


Al Woods 


6 3 
5 3 







1942 
1943* 


Clark Shaughnessy 


6 3 





1944 


Clarence Spears 






1945 


Paul "Bear" Bryant 






1946 


Clark Shaughnessy 






1947 




6 2 
4 3 




1 


1948 
1949 
1950 




4 1 

5 4 


1 



1951 
1952 
1953 
1954 
1955. 


■ Jim Tatum 



5 
4 

6 I I 

4 4 2 

7 5 (I 

8 I I 

5 6 
3 7 
7 3 
7 2 2 
6 
8 
2 
2 



3 
7 
4 

1 7 1 

6 2 I 
3 6 

7 2 2 

6 4 
9 1 

7 2 I 
10 

7 2 

10 I 

7 2 I 

10 I 



1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

I960 

1 96 1 

1962 

1963 

1964 

1965 

1966 

1967 

1968 

1969" 

1970 

1971 

1972" 

1973 

1974 

1975 

1976 

1977 »Jerry Claiborne 

1978 
1979 
1980 
19X1 
I982~ Bobby Ross 



Tommy Mom 



Tom Nugenl 



I on Saban 
Bob Ward 

Ro\ 1 ester 



2 
5 
4 
5 
6 
7 
6 

5 
4 
4 

2 
3 
2 
2 
5 
8 
8 
9 
II 
8 
9 
7 
8 
4 
8 



5 

6 ii 



90 Year Totals 449 390 39 

Teams Coached by Captains 



ALL TIME MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS AGAINST ALL OPPONENTS 



W L T 

Air Force Acad 2 

Alabama 1 2 

Me\ High I 

American Univ 1 

Auburn l ! ni\ I 1 

Bambrldge Training I I 

Baltimore City Col. 2 I) 

Baltimore Med. Col I 

Baltimore Poly 3 I 

Baylor Univ 1 I 

Bethel Mil. Acad I 

Boston Univ 2 

Business High I 

Carnegie Tech I 

Catholic Univ. 8 1 2 

Central High 6 2 

Charlotte Hall Mil. .. 10 

Chicago Uni\ I 

Cincinatti 2 

Clemson l.'niv 17 13 I 

Clifton Ath. Club I 

Columbia Ath. Club 1 

Connecticut I 

Curtis Bay Coast Guard I 

Delaware 3 5 I 

Oinkinson Col I 

Duke 12 13 

Duquesne Univ. I 

Fastern High .400 

Episcopal High 3 

I im of Honda 6 11 

Florida State 2 

Fortress Monroe 1 

Fredericksburg Col 2 

Gallaudet 9 6 1 

Georgetown Univ. _ 6 9 

Georgetown Prep 1 I 



W L T 

George Washington 10 3 

Univ. of Georgia 3 2 1 

Gibraltar Ath. Club 1 

Gonzaga High 1 1 

Greenville (SO AAB 1 

Guilford Col I 

Gunton Temple Bapl. Ch. 1 

Hampden Sydney 2 2 

Haverford Col. 2 

Houston 1 

Indiana State 1 

Indiana Univ 2 

Johns Hopkins 16 II 5 

I'm. of Kentucky 3 2 2 

Lakehurst Nav. Air Sta I 

Louisana State Univ 3 

Louisville 2 

I S Marine Barracks I 

Merchant Marine Acad 1 

Miami 6 5 

Miami (Ohio) I 

Michigan State I 4 

Minnesota I 

Mississippi 1 I 

Mississippi 1 

Missouri 6 

Mt. of St. Joseph's Col 2 

Mt. St. Mary's Col 2 2 I 

Ml Washington Club 1 

Navj 5 14 

New York Univ 2 

North Carolina 20 25 1 

N. C. State 18 17 4 

Ohio Univ 1 

Oklahoma Univ 4 

Old. Univ. of Md 3 2 1 

Olvmpia Ath. Club I 

Orient Ath. Club 1 



\\ 



Pennsylvania .... I 

Penn State 



I 

Penn Military , 3 

Pittsburgh 

Princeton 

Randolph-Macon Col 

Rich. Army Air Base 

Richmond Univ 

Rock Hill Col. 

Rutgers Univ 

St. Johns Col 

Univ. of S. C 

SMU 






I 
II 
3 
4 
.18 
.17 
2 
Swarthmore Col. 

Syracuse 12 

Tech. High 5 

UCLA I 

Univ. ofTenn I 

Univ. of Texas .. 

Texas A & M 

Third Army Corps 1 

Tulane Univ 2 

Vanderbilt 2 

Yillanova 8 

Virginia 30 

Virginia Mil. Inst .14 

Virginia Tech 14 

Wake Forest 22 

Walbrook Ath. Club 

Washington & Lee 13 

Washington Col 18 

Western High 

Western Md 18 

West Virginia 9 

William & Marv 1 

Yale Univ. 2 



I 

4 

26 

1 



51 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL RECORDS 

SINGLE GAME — INDIVIDUAL 



SCORING 

Most Points Scored 

31 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech. 1950 (5 Tds, 1 PAT) 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

5 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

8 bv Steve Mike-Mever vs. Duke, 1974 

8 by Mike Sochko vs. Virginia, 1975 

Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

2 by Don Gleasner vs. Virginia. 1945 

2 by Leroy Mortorvs. Michigan State, 1946 

2 by Lou Gambino vs. West Virginia, 1947 

2 by Elmer Wingate vs. George Washington, 1948 

2 by Stan Karnash vs. George Washington, 1949 

2 by Pete Augsberger vs. South Carolina, 1949 

2 bv Henry Fox vs. Georgetown, 1949 

2 by Lloyd Colteryahn vs. LSU, 1952 

2 by Bill Walker vs. Alabama, 1953 

2 by Gary Collins vs. Clemson, 1959 

2 by Billy Van Heusen vs. N.C. State, 1966 

2 by Dan Bungori vs. Florida, 1971 

2 by Vince Kinney vs. Villanova, 1975 

2 by Chris Havener vs. Clemson, 1980 

2 by Russell Davis vs. Penn State, 1982 

2 by Greg Hill vs. Wake Forest, 1982 

2 by Greg Hill vs. Duke, 1982 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 

5 by Bob Shemonski vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

Most Field Goals Scored 

5 by Dale Castro vs. Mississippi State. 1979 



Longest Scoring Run After Pass 

77 yards bv Ed Bolton on pass from Stan Lavine vs. South Carolina. 

' 1949 (pass 15 yards) 
Longest Non-Scoring Pass and Run 
73 yards by Tommy Mont to Hubie Werner vs. Lakehurst. 1942 (pass 

32 yards, run 41 yards) 
Longest Non-Scoring Run After Pass 
41 yards by Hubie Werner vs. Lakehurst, 1942, on 32 yard pass from 

Tommy Mont 
Longest Scoring Pass 

40 yards by Dick Novak to Jim Davidson vs. West Virginia, 1959 
Longest Non-Scoring Pass 

50 yards by Alan Pastrana to Ralph Donofrio vs. Wake Forest, 1966 
Most Passes Had Intercepted 
4 by Dick Shiner vs. Navy, 1963 
4 by Alan Pastrana vs. Clemson. 1966 
4 by Larry Dick vs. North Carolina, 1977 

Most Passes Intercepted 

4 by Lendell Jones vs. Duke, 1982 

Most Yards Gained On Interception Runbacks 

1 1 1 yards by Dick Lewis vs. North Carolina State. 1956 

Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 

100 yards by Joe Horning vs. Missouri, 1951 (105 actual) 

100 yards "by Dickie Lewis vs. N.C. State. 1956 (103 actual) 

100 yards by Tom Brown vs. Virgina, 1962 

Longest Non-Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass 

89 yards by Kevin Benson vs. Virginia, 1973 

Longest Scoring Run of Intercepted Pass By Opponent 

93 yards by Walter Matson of Pennsylvania, 1941 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Net Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

324 by Tim O'Hare vs. Virginia, 1978 

Most Total Plays 

50 by Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 (50 rushes) 

Best Offensive Average 

(Minimum Four Plays, Rushing and Passing) 

24.0 by Ernie Arizzi vs. Syracuse. 1961 (4 plays. 96 yards) 



RUSHING 

Most Yards Gained Rushing (Net) 

240 by Willie Joyner vs. North Carolina. 1982 

Most Rushes 

50 by Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke, 1980 

Best Rushing Average 

24.0 by Ernie Arizzi vs. Syracuse, 1961 (4 carries) 

Longest Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

98 yards by Steve Atkins vs. Clemson, 1978 

Longest Non-Scoring Run From Scrimmage 

76 yards by Harry Bonk vs. North Carolina, 1949 

Most Rushes In a Half 

32 by Charlie Wysocki vs. Duke. 1980 (second half) 



PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

314 by Bob Avellini vs. Duke. 1972(21 for 31) 

Most Passes Attempted 

40 by "Boomer" Esiason vs. West Virginia, 1982 (completed 24) 

Most Passes Completed 

24 by "Boomer" Esiason vs. West Virginia and Clemson, 1982 

(attempted 40 & 39) 
Best Completion Percentage 
(Minimum, 10 attempts) 
.909 by Bob Avellini vs Duke. 1974 (10 ol II) 
Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 
4 by Mark Manges vs. Villanova, 1975 
Most Passes Caught 
II by John Hce vs. Clemson. 1982 
Most Yards Gained By Pass Receptions 
188 b) Russell Davis vs. Penn State. 1982 (7) 
Longest Scoring Pass and Run 
92 yards by Stan Lavine to Ed Bolton vs South Carolina, 1949 (pass 

15 yards, run 77 yards) 



OTHERS 

Most Punts 

12 by Steve Adams vs. Florida, 1981 (466 yds.) 
Most Total Yards Punting 
510 by Bill Guckeyson vs. Syracuse, 1936 
Best Punting Average 

53 yards by Lynn Beightol vs. Oklahoma, I9560range Bowl(3 punts) 
Longest Punt With Roll 

88 yards by John Friesch vs. Miami, 1956 

Note: "Untz" Brooke Brewer had a 93-yard punt vs. VW1, 1916 

but records are incomplete. Kick may have ben measured from 

point of kick, not from line of scrimmage. 
Longest Punt With Roll By Opponent 
84 yards by Charlie Justice of North Carolina. 1948 
Most Punts Returned 

8 by Larry Marshall vs. Villanova, 1971 (141 yards) 
Most Yards Gained Returning Punts 

146 by Bob Shemonski vs. North Carolina State, 1950 (5 returns) 
Longest Punt Return For Touchdown 
90 yards by Dick Nolan vs. Clemson. 1953 
Longest Punt Return For Touchdown By Opponent 
100 yards by Frank Brady of Navy. 1951 
Longest Non-Scoring Punt Return 
67 yards by John McVicker vs. Syracuse. 1956 
Most Punts Blocked 
1 by several players 
Most Kickoffs Returned 

6 by Larry Marshall vs. Miami (Ohio), 1969 ( 129 yards) 
Most Yards Returning Kickoffs 
153 by Tom Brown vs. Miami, 1962(5 returns) 
Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown 
100 yards by Dick Novak and Dennis Condie vs. Virginia, I960 ( 102 

actual). Novak ret. to nine yard line, then laleraled to Condie v, ho 

returned 91 yards. 
100 yards by Kenny Ambrusko vs. Navy. 1964 (101 actual) 
Longest Kickoff Return For Touchdown By Opponent 
93 yards by Jim McPherson of North Carolina. 1926 
Longest Non-Scoring Kickoff Return 
97 yards by Sammy Johnson vs, Vanderbilt. 1980 
Longest Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble 
23 yards by Howie Dare vs. North Carolina State. 1954 
Longest Non-Scoring Run With Recovered Fumble By Opponent 
75 yards by Dave Russell of Washington and Lee. 1942 
Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 
3 by Torn Gunderman vs. Miami. 1957 
Longest Field Goal 

54 yards by Steve Mike-Mayer vs Villanova, 1973 



52 



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SINGLE GAME RECORDS - HAM 

s( ()KIN(. 

Highest Score 

Maryland80 Washington College 0, 1927 

Most I "i.'l Points Scored By Both learns 

i Ki in 1971; Maryland 2? Penn si.nr 63 
Largest Victory Margin 
80-0 \s Washington College, 1927 
Largest Defeat Margin 

0-76 \s Navy, I 1 ' I J 

Most I <•■■• tnliiM us Scored 

12 is Washington College, 1927 
Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

Washington College, 1927 

Missouri, 1954 

Duke, 1974 
Virginia, 1975 
Most Field Coals Scored 

5 \s Mississippi State, 1979 

Most touchdowns Scored Passing 

5 u Villanova, 1975(4 bj Mark Manges, i bj Larry, Dick) 

Most touchdowns Scored Passing By Opponents 

4 bj Wake Forest, 1958 ( 3 h\ Norm Snead. I by Charlie I'arkcr] 

4 bj Virginia, 1965 (bv Boh Davis) 

4 b> 1 lorida, 1971 (bv John Reaves) 

4 h\ Penn State, 1982 (bj rodd Blackledge) 

Most Safeties Scored 
2 VS. Delaware. 1974 

2 vs. Georgetown, 1950 
2 \s Villanova. 1974 



TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Total Yards Gained 

802 vs. Virginia, 1975 (582 rushing 220 passing) 
Fewest Total Yards Gained 
29 vs. Syracuse, 1959 
Most Total Plays 

93 vs. North Carolina State. 1973 



RUSHING 

Most Total Yards Gained Rushing 

582 vs. Virginia. 1975 (67 carries) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing 

Minus 58 vs. Navy. 1965 

Most Rushes 

76 vs. Miami. 1958 

Fewest Rushes 

24 vs. North Carolina State. 1965 

Best Average Per Rush 

10.5 yards vs. Virginia Tech. 1950 (577 yards. 55 rushes) 

Fewest Net Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

Minus 21 bv West Virginia. 1951 

Minus 21 by UCLA. 1955 

Most First Downs Rushing 

28 vs. Virginia. 1975 

Fewest First Downs Rushing Bv Opponent 

by Wake Forest, 1973; by Virginia, 1980 
Fewest First Downs Rushing 

1 vs. Michigan State. 1944 
I vs. Syracuse, 1959 



PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

350 vs. Villanova, 1975 ( 14 for 20) 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing 

\s. Michigan State. 1944 

vs. Vanderbilt, 1948 

vs. Missouri, 1951 

Most Passes Attempted 

48 vs. South Carolina. 1971 (23 completions for 210 yards) 

Most Passes Completed 

27 vs. Penn State, 1971 (40 attempts for 336 yards) 

Fewest Passes Completed 

vs. Michigan State. 1944(1 attempt! 

vs. Vanderbilt. 1948 ( 12 attempts) 

vs. Missouri. 1951 (3 attempts) 
Fewest Passes Attempted 

1 vs. Michigan State. 1944 
1 vs. Wake Forest. 1969 



Best Completion Percentage (Minimum, 10 attempts) 
.824 vs. I ulane. 1973 (14 completions, 17 attempts) 

Most Passes Intercepted 

7 vs Georgia, 1951 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

6 by Pennsylvania, 1941 

Most First Downs Passing 

IX is Perm State, 1971 

Fewest First Downs Passing 

II I ) tunes, last VS Wake Forest. 1969 

Most Passes Attempted By Opponents 

67 by Wake Forest, 1981 (completed 47) 
Fewest Passes Completed By Opponents 

by Syracuse, 1939 (5 attempts) 

by Michigan State. 1944 (0 attempts) 

by Delaware. 1948 (3 attempts) 

by Boston University, 1952 (6 attempts) 

by Kentucky, 1956 (3 attempts) 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

Minus I by Clemson. 1956 

OTHERS 

Most Punts 

14 vs. Virginia. 1937 

14 vs. Western Maryland. 1940 

Fewest Punts 

vs. Virginia, 1975 
Most Total Yards Punting 

510 vs. Syracuse. 1936 (10 punts) 

Best Punting Average 

51.7 yards vs. Washington and Lee. 1951 ( 155 yards. 3 punts) 

Most Total First Downs 

35 vs. Virginia. 1975 

Fewest Total First Downs 

1 vs. Michigan State. 1944 

Fewest Total First Downs By Opponent 
I by Wake Forest. 1973 (passing) 
Most Fumbles 

8 vs. Georgia, 1952 (lost 2) 
Fewest Fumbles 

vs. VMI. 1945 

vs. Kentucky, 1954 

vs. South Carolina, 1958 

vs. South Carolina. 1959 

West Virginia. 1960 

Virginia. I960 

Syracuse. 1972 

Duke. 1973 

Penn State. Syracuse, Duke, 1977 

West Virginia'* N.C. State. 1980 



vs. 

vs. 

vs. 

vs. 

vs. 

vs. 

Most Fumbles Lost 

6 vs. North Carolina. 1947 

Most Fumbles By Opponents 

8 by South Carolina. 1947 

8 by Mississippi, 1953 

Most Opponents' Fumbles Recovered 

5 vs. Missouri in Gator Bowl. Jan. 1. 1950 

5 vs. West Virginia, 1950 

5 vs. North Carolina. 1960 

Most Penalties 

18 vs. Virginia Tech, 1950 

Most Yards Penalized 

147 vs. Duke. 1982 

Fewest Penalties 

vs. Duke. 1941 

Most Penalties Bv Opponents 

15 by Miami. 1957 

Most Yards Opponents Penalized 

136 by Penn State, 1982 

Fewest Penalties Bv Opponents 

bv Western Maryland. 1937 

bv Western Maryland. 1939 

by Florida. 1939 

bv Washington and Lee. 1941 

by William and Mary. 1945 

by South Carolina. 1953 



SEASON RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL 

SCORING 

Most Points Scored, Regular Season 
97 by Bob Shemonski. 1950 ( 10 games) 
96 by Lou Gambino. 1947 ( 10 games) 



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96 by Ed Vereb, 1955 (10 games) 

Most Points Scored, One Season Including Bowl Games 

1 14 by Lou Gambino (96 in 1947 season plus 3 TDs in 1948 Gator 

Bowl) 
102 by Ed Vereb(96in 1955 season plus one TD in 1956 Orange Bowl) 
Most Points Scored By Freshman 

56 by Rick Badanjek, 1982 (9 touchdowns and conversion pass) 
Most Touchdowns Scored Regular Season 
16 by Lou Gambino, 1947 (10 games) 
16 by Bob Shemonski. 1950 (10 games) 

16 by Ed Vereb, 1955 (10 games) 

Most Touchdowns Scored One Season, Including Bowl Games 

19 by Lou Gambino (16 in 1947 season plus 3 in 1948 Gator Bowl) 

17 by Ed Vereb (16 in 1955 season plus one in 1956 Orange Bowl) 
Most Points- After-Touchdowns Scored 

39 by Jess Atkinson, 1982 
Most Touchdown Passes Caught 

8 by Dan Bungori. 1971 in II games 
Most Touchdowns Responsibility (Run and Pass) 
21 by Alan Pastrana, 1966 (17 TD passes, 4 TDs) 
Most Field Goals 

17 by Dale Castro. 1979 
Most Consecutive Field Goals 

16 by Dale Castro. 1979 (NCAA record) 
Most Points By Kicking 
87 by Jess Atkinson, 1982 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Yards Total Offense (Rushing and Passing) 

2,231 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 
Most Total Plays 

369 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 

RUSHING 

Most Net Yards Rushing, Regular Season 

1.359 by Charlie Wysocki, 1980 

Most Rushes 

334 by Charlie Wysocki. 1980 

Best Rushing Average 

9.8 yards by Chet Hanulak, 1953 

Average Yards Per Game 

126.7 by Charlie Wysocki. 1979 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

2,302 by "Boomer" Esiason. 1982 

Most Passes Attempted 

314 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 

Most Passes Completed 

176 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 

Best Completion Percentage 

.621 by Dale Betty in 10 games, 1960 (Completed 82 of 132) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown 

18 by "Boomer" Esiason, 1982 
Most Passes Caught 

47 by Tom Brown in 10 games, 1962 (577 yards) 

Most Yards Gained on Pass Receptions 

593 by Lloyd Colteryahn. 1952 (32 receptions. 9 games) 

Most Passes Had Intercepted 

16 by Dick Shiner in 10 games. 1962 

Most Passes Intercepted 

10 by Bob Sullivan in 10 games, 1965 (led nation) 

Most Yards Returning Intercepted Passes 

147 by Joe Horning. 1951 (6 interceptions in 9 games) 

OTHERS 

Most Punts 

83 by Dale Castro. 1979 

Best Punting Average 

43.7 by Bill Walker in 10 games. 1955 ( 15 punts). Walker added lour 

punts in 1956 Orange Bowl for an I 1-game average of 41.2, 19 

punts. 
Most Punts Returned 

40 by Bob Smith in 1 1 games, 1973 (420 yards) 
Most Yards Gained in Punt Returns 

420 by Bob Smith in I I games, 1973 (40 returns) 

Best Punt Return Average (More than Three) 

24.5 by Tom Brown on H returns. 1961 

Most Kickoffs Returned 

24 bv Kenny Dutton, 1967 (454 yards) 



Most Yards Gained on Kickoff Returns 

587 by Larry Marshall on 22 returns, 1971 

Best Kickoff Return Average (More Than Three) 

44 yards by Howie Dare, 1957 (6 returns for 264 yards) 

Best Point-After-Touchdown Average 

1.000 by John Hannigan. 1961 (17 for 17) 
1.000 by Bernardo Bramson, 1965 ( 15 for 15) 
1.000 by Jess Atkinson, 1982 (39 for 39) 



SEASON RECORDS - TEAM 



SCORING 

Most Points Scored 

353 in 9 regular season games. 1951 
353 in II regular season games, 1982 
Fewest Points Scored (Full Season) 
39 in 9 games, 1940 

Most Points Scored By Opponents 

299 in 10 games, 1968 

Fewest Points Scored By Opponents 

31 in 10 regular season games, 1953 

Most Touchdowns Scored 

52 in 9 regular season games, 1951 

Most Field Goals Scored 

17 in 1979 

Most Points After Touchdown Scored (Kicking) 

39 in II regular season games. 1982 

Most Points After Touchdown Scoring (All Points) 

45 (39 Kicking. 6 Passing) in 1 1 regular season games. 1982 

TOTAL OFFENSE 

Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing 

4,608 in 1982(2,548 rushing, 2,367 passing) 
Most Yards Gained Rushing and Passing By Opponents 
4.192 in 10 games, 1968(2,272 rushing. 1.920 passing) 
Fewest Yards Gained Rushing and Passing By Opponents 

1,691 in 10 games, 1955 (761 yards rushing, 930 passing) 

RUSHING 

Most Yards Gained Rushing 

2,921 in 9 regular season games, 1951 

Most Rushing Plays 

654 in 1976 (2.874 yards) 

Most Yards Gained Rushing By Opponents 

2.371 in 9 games. 1967 

PASSING 

Most Yards Gained Passing 

2,367 in 1 1 games, 1982 

Most Passes Attempted 

329 in II games. 1982 

Most Passes Completed 

184 in II games. 1982(329 attempts) 

Best Passing Percentage 

.593 in I I games. 1973 ( 1 18 of 199) 

Most Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

2,915 in 1981 

Fewest Yards Gained Passing By Opponents 

731 in 10 games. 1957 (Note: early records incomplete) 

Best Passing Percentage By Opponents 

.598 in 1981 (265 445) 

Most Pass Interceptions 

34 in 9 games, 1951 

38 in 10 games, including the 28-13 victory over Tennessee in the 

Sugar Bowl, Jan. I, 1952 
Most Pass Interceptions By Opponents 
23 in 10 games. 1948 

OTHERS 

Most Punts 

84 in II games. 1979 

Most Yards All Punts 

2,832 in 10 games, 1969 (73 punts); 3,180 in 1 1 games, 1970 

Best Punting Average 

42.6 in 1974(54 punts) 

Most Punts Bv Opponents 

94 in II games. 1979 

Most First Downs 

245 in I I games. 1982 



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Most I- jrst Downs B\ Opponents 
222 in id games, 1968 

MOSI I Ulllhlcs 

44 in 10 games, 1950 1 1 osi ! !) 

Most Opponents' Fumbles 

40 in 10 games, I960 (Maryland recovered 19) 

41) in II games, 1971 (Maryland recovered 22) 

Fewest Fumbles 

17 in in games, I960 M osi 7) 

Musi Penalties 

ss in 1 1 games, 19X2 

Musi Yardage I osi Bv Penalties 

ssi in 1 1 games, 1982 

Best Season 

1976 Won 1 1 Lost during regulai season, lost i<> Houston 30-21 in 

Cotton Bowl foi III 
Worst Season 
1967 Won Lost 9 
Average Attendance Per Home Game 
45,657 foi ii\c games, 197? 



mi \i hi i i nm 

Most Net ^irds Gianed Hushing and Passing 

'.971 h\ "Boomer" I siason, 21 garni I I 9 

Most I ..til Plays, Hushing anil Passing 

'90 i". Dii k Shiner, 1961-63, 10 yards) 

Rl SIIINC. 

Must Not ^ ards Gained Hushing 

3,317 by Charlie Wysocki 1978-81 (39 games) 

Must Hushes 

796 bj ( harlie Wysocki, 1978-81 (39 games) 
Best Hushing Average, Regular Season 
8.1 yards bj ( bet Hanulak, 28 games, 1951-53 
(1,544 yards, 190 carries) 

Best Hushing Average, All (.anus 

7.9 yards by Chut Hanulak, 30 games including 35 yards on 4 carries in 

1952 Sugar Howl and 59 yards on 12 carries in 1954 Orange Bowl 



CAREER RECORDS - INDIVIDUAL 

S( ORING 

Most Points Scored Regular Season 

203 bj Steve Mike-Mayer. 1972-74 (37 FG, 92 PAT) 

Most touchdowns Scored, AH (lames 

32 by Steve Atkins, 1975-78 (all regular season) 

Most Points-After-Touchdown Scored 

92 h\ Steve M>kc-Ma\er. 1972-74(101 attempts) 

Most Touchdown Passes ( aught 

12 bj Gary Collins. 1959-60-61 (30 games) 

Most Touchdowns Responsibility, Run and Pass 

15 bj lack Scarbath, 1950-51-52 
Most Field Coals 

37 bj Steve Mike-Mayer, 1972-74(71 attempts) 

(added 4 ol 5 in 2 bowl games) 
Most Consecutive Field Coals 

16 by Dale Castro. 1979 (NCAA record) 

Most Consecutive Points-After-Touchdown Scored 
51 bv less Atkinson. 1981-82 



P\SSIN(. 

Most Yards Cained Passing 

3.937 by "Boomer" I siason. 21 games. 1979- 

Most Passes Attempted 

556 by "Boomer" Fsiason. 21 games. 1979- 

Most Passes Completed 

29S by "Boomer" I siason. 21 games. 1979- 

Best Completion Percentage 

.586 by Bob Avellini. 1972-74(2.11 ol 394) 

Most Touchdown Passes Thrown, Regular Season 

27 by "Boomer" Lsiason, 2 I games. 1979- 

Most Passes (aught. Regular Season 

100 by Frank Russell. 1972-74 

Most Consecutive (lames Catching a Pass 

23 by .lohn Tice, I97X-X2 

Most Yards Cained Bv Pass Receptions 

1.346 by Frank Russell. 1972-74 

Most Passes Intercepted 

17 by Tom Brown. 30 games. 1960-62 




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YEAR BY YEAR RECORDS 



MARYLAND 
AGGIES 

1892 (0-3-0) 

St. Johns ,.. 50 

Johns Hop 62 

Episcopal Hi 16 

1893 (6-0-0) 

36 Eastern Hi 

10 Central Hi 

18 Bait. City Col 

6 St. Johns Col 

18 W. Md. Col 10 

16 Orient Ath. Col 6 

1894 (3-3-0) 

52 W. Md. Col 

12 Wash. Col 

6 St. Johns 22 

6 Georgetown 4 

Col. Ath. CI 26 

Mt. St. Marys 24 

1895 — No Team 
No Games 

1896 (6-2-2) 

Eastern Hi 6 

Gallaudet 

32 Business Hi 

10 Central Hi 6 

18 Alexandria Hi 

20 Bethel Mil. Ac 10 

Episcopal Hi 6 

16 West. Md 6 

14 Central Hi 

U. of Md 

1897 (2-4-0) 

24 Central Hi 6 

4 Eastern Hi 

J. Hopkins 30 

4 St. Johns 6 

6 Gallaudet 16 

Bait. Med. Col 10 

1898 (2-5-0) 

5 Columbian U 17 

West. Md 32 

36 Eastern Hi 

Gallaudet 33 

Johns Hopkins 16 

Episcopal Hi 37 

27 Rock Hill Col 

1899 (1-4-0) 

West. Md 21 

26 Eastern Hi 

Johns Hopkins 40 

Delaware Col 34 

St. Johns 62 

1900 (3-4-1) 

Western Hi 

Gib. Ath. CI 17 

Georgetown Prep 5 

6 Episcopal Hi 34 

5 Gonzaga Hi I I 

15 Georgetown Prep 

21 Gonzaga 

21 Char. Hall. Ac 



1901 (1-7-0) 

6 Del. Col 24 

10 Gallaudet Re 11 

Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Rock Hill Col 1 1 

Central Hi II 

27 U.S. Marines 

Wal'k Ath. CI 36 

West. Md 30 

1902 (3-5-2) 

Georgetown 27 

5 Mt. St. Jos 

1 1 Columbian U 10 

6 Olympia Ath , . 

Wash. Col 

o Mt. St. Marys 5 

6 West. Md 26 

U.ofMd 5 

Johns Hopkins 17 

Del. Col 

1903 (7-4-1) 

Georgetown 28 

5 Clifton Ath 

21 Gunton Tern 

St. Johns 18 

28 Wash. Col 

27 Tech. Hi 

Mt. St. Marys 2 

6 West Md. 

11 U.ofMd. 

Dela. Col 16 

6 Columbian U 

1904 (2-4-2) 

Georgetown 22 

Ran. Macon 

Ftress Monroe 

1 1 Mt. St. Marys 6 

West. Md 5 

22 Gallaudet 5 

U. of Md 6 

Dela Col 18 

1905 (6-4-0) 

20 Bait. Poly In 

16 Gallaudet 

West. Md 10 

Navy 17 

17 Wm. & Mary . 

28 Mt. St. Josephs 

27 St. Johns 5 

Wash. Col 17 

23 U.ofMd 5 

Dela. Col ... 12 

1906 (5-3-0) 

5 Tech. Hi 

22 Bait. City Col 

Navy 12 

Georgetown 28 

Mt. Wash. CI 29 

20 St. Johns 4 

16 Rock Hill Col 

35 Wash. Col 

1907 (3-6-0) 

13 lech High 

Georgetown 10 



5 Richmond Col 1 1 

Naw 12 

6 Mt. St. Marys 12 

10 Geo. Washington 

10 Wash. Col 5 

St. Johns 16 

Gallaudet 5 

1908 (3-8-0) 

5 Central High 

5 Tech. High 6 

Richmond Col .. 22 

Johns Hopkins 10 

Navy 57 

5 Gallaudet 

Fred'bgCol 10 

12 Balto. Poly 6 

St. Johns 31 

Wash. Col 1 1 

Geo. Washington 57 

1909 (2-5-0) 

Richmond Col 12 

Johns Hopkins 9 

Tech. High 1 1 

5 Rock Hill 

George Washington 26 

N.C. State 31 

31 14 Gallaudet 12 

1910 (4-3-1) 

12 Central High 

20 Richmond Col 

1 1 Johns Hopkins I I 

21 Catholic U 

1 1 George Washington 

V.M.I 8 

St. Johns 6 

3 West. Md 17 

1911 (4-4-2) 

6 Tech. High 

Richmond 

5 Fred'bgCol 

Central High 14 

3 Johns Hopkins 6 

6 Catholic U 6 

St. Johns 27 

5 Wash. Col 17 

6 West. Md . 

6 Gallaudet 2 

1912 (6-1-1) 

31 Tech. High 6 

46 Richmond Col 

58 U.ofMd . 

13 Johns Hopkins 

St. Johns 27 

13 Gallaudet 6 

17 West. Md 7 

13 Penn. Mil. Col. 13 

1913 (6-3-0) 

27 Balto. City 10 

45 Richmond Col. . 
26 Johns Hopkins 

46 West. Md 

Naw 76 

13 St. Johns 

26 Wash. Col (I 



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ii Gallaudel 13 

7 Penn Mil 27 

1914 (5-1-0) 

Balto Polj 6 

6 Catholic i 1 (i 

n Wesi Mil 20 

14 Johns Hopkins 

III si lohns «) 

3 Wash Col 

i) Gallaudel 2.1 

26 Penn Mil (I 

1915 (6-3-0) 

ii Balto Polj ii 
n Haverford 

n Catholic U 16 

in Gallaudel i 

14 Penn Mil 13 

27 si Johns 14 

2s Wash Col H 

51 West Mil 

Johns Hopkins 3 

MARYLAND 
STATE 

1916 (6-2-0) 

6 Dickinson II 

7 Navy 14 

15 V.M.I. 9 

6 Haverford 

31 SI Johns 6 

II) N.Y.U 7 

13 Catholic l\ 9 

54 Johns Hopkins II 

1917 (4-3-1) 

20 Dela. Col 

o Navy 62 

14 V.M.I 14 

29 Wake I oicsl 13 

6 V C Stale 10 

13 St Johns 3 

Penn. Slate 57 

1 Johns Hopkins 

1918 (4-1-1) 

6 Ameriean U 13 

7 V.M.I 6 

19 West Md 

(. New York U 2 

19 St. Johns 14 

Johns Hopkins 

1919 (5-4-0) 

6 Swarthmore II) 

13 Virginia 

WestVa 27 

Va. Pol\ 6 

Yale 31 

27 St. Johns 

13 Catholic U 

20 West. Md. 

14 Johns Hopkins 

UNIVERSITY 

OF MARYLAND 

1920 (7-2-0) 

54 Randolph Maeon 

Ringers 6 

Princeton 35 

14 Catholic U 

27 Wash Col 

7 Va. Polj 

13 North Carolina 

10 Syracuse 

24 Johns Hopkins 

1921 (3-5-1) 

3 Rutgers 

Syracuse 42 

3 St Johns ... 7 

10 Va. Pol\ . 7 



7 North Carolina 16 

o Yale 28 

16 i atholii i o 

ii ( 'at negie I e< h ,.. 21 

6 N C. Stale 6 

1922 (4-5-1) 

7 I Inn! Arms 

Richmond 

o Pennsylvania 12 

o Princeton 26 

i North Carolina .. 27 

Va Polj 21 
3 Yale 45 

1 Johns Hopkins 
54 Catholic U 

7 N. CState 6 

1923 (7-2-1) 

53 Randolph Macon I) 

3 Pennsylvania o 

23 Richmond 

7 Va. Poly 16 

14 North Carolina I) 

26 St. Johns 

14 Vale 16 

26 N. C. State 12 

40 Catholic I' 6 

6 Johns Hopkins 6 

1924 (3-3-3) 

23 Wash. Col 

7 Wash. & Lee ... 19 
38 Richmond 

Va. Poly 12 

6 North Carolina 

Catholic U 

Yale 47 

N. C. State 

Johns Hopkins 

1925 (2-5-1) 

13 Wash. Col 

16 Rutgers 

Va. Poly 3 

I) Virginia 6 

North Carolina 16 

14 Vale 43 

3 Washington & Lee 

7 Johns Hopkins 7 

1926 (5-4-1) 

63 Wash. Col 

South Carolina 12 

Chicago 21 

8 Va. Poly 24 

14 North Carolina 6 

38 Gallaudet 7 

15 Yale 

6 Virginia 6 

W. & L 3 

17 Johns Hopkins '. 14 

1927 (4-7-0) 

80 Wash. Col 

26 South Carolina 

6 North Carolina 

13 Va. Poly 7 

10 V.M.I 6 

6 \\ & I 13 

6 Yale 30 

o Virginia 21 

20 Vanderbilt 39 

13 Johns Hopkins 14 

6 Florida 

1928 (6-3-1) 

31 Wash. Col 

19 North Carolina 26 

7 South Carolina 21 

13 West. Md 6 

V.M.I 

6 Va. Pol\ 9 

6 Yale 

18 Virginia 2 

6 W. & L 

26 Johns Hopkins 6 



1929 (4-4-2) 

14 Wash ' ol ... 7 

n North i arolina 4 1 

<i South ( arolina 

13 Gallaudel 6 

6 v M I 

I < Virginia I ' 

H Yale H 

24 Va Pols o 

19 lohns Hopkins ' 

11 Wesi Md 12 

1930 (7-5-0) 

Ml Wash ( ol 6 

13 Yale 40 
21 North Carolina 28 

21 Si Johns n 

20 V.M.I 

14 Virginia 6 

41 W & I 

I i \ Polj 7 

Na\\ 

21 Johns Hopkins 

7 Vanderhilt .. 22 

West Md. 

1931 (8-1-1) 

13 Wash Col 

7 Virginia 6 

6 Navj 

6 Kentucky 6 

41 V.M.I. 20 

20 Va. Poly 

12 Vanderhilt J9 

13 W & 1 

35 Johns Hopkins 14 

41 West. Md 6 

1932 (5-6-0) 

63 Wash. Col. .. 

6 Virginia 

Va. Poly 23 

Duke .. .. 34 

24 St. Johns 

12 V M I 

Vanderbilt 13 

7 Navy 

6 W. & L. 
23 Johns Hopkins 

7 West Md. . 39 

1933 (3-7-0) 

20 St. Johns 

Va. Polj 14 

Tulane 20 

13 V.M.I 19 

7 West. Md. 13 

Virginia 6 

7 Duke .. 58 

27 Johns Hopkins 

33 W.&l 13 

Honda 19 

1934 (7-3-0) 

13 St. Johns 

W. & L. ... 

13 Navj 16 

14 Va. Polj 9 

21 Florida 

20 Virginia 

23 V.M.I 

14 Indiana 17 

6 Georgetown 

19 Johns Hopkins . 

1935 (7-2-2) 

39 St Johns 6 

7 Va. PoK 

North Carolina 33 

6 V.M.I 

20 Florida 6 
14 Virginia 

7 Indiana 13 

o w & i o 

12 Georgetown 

Syracuse 

22 West Md. 



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1936 (6-5-0) 

20 St. Johns 

6 Va. Poly - 

North Carolina 14 

21 Virginia 

12 Richmond 

20 Syracuse 

6 Florida 7 

7 V.M.I 13 

6 Georgetown 7 

19 W. & L 6 

West. Md 12 

1937 (8-2-0) 

28 St. Johns 

21 Pennsylvania 28 

6 West. Md 

3 Virginia 

13 Syracuse 

13 Florida 7 

9 V.M.I 7 

14 Penn State 21 

12 Georgetown 2 

8 W. & L 

1938 (2-7-0) 

6 Richmond 19 

Penn State 33 

Syracuse 53 

14 West. Md 8 

19 Virginia 27 

14 V.M.I 47 

7 Florida 21 

7 Georgetown 14 

19 W.&L 13 

1939 (2-7-0) 

26 Hamp.-Syd 

12 West. Md 

7 Virginia 12 

12 Rutgers 25 

Florida 14 

Georgetown 20 

Penn State 12 

V.M.I 13 

7 Syracuse 10 

1940 (2-6-1) 

6 Hamp.-Syd 7 

Pennsylvania 51 

6 Virginia 19 

Florida 19 

6 West. Md 

Georgetown ..„ 41 

V.M.I 20 

14 Rutgers 7 

7 W. & L 7 

1941 (3-5-1) 

18 Hamp.-Syd 

6 West. Md 6 

Duke 50 

13 Florida 12 

6 Pennsylvania 55 

Georgetown 26 

Rutgers 20 

V.M.I 27 

6 W. & L 

1942 (7-2-0) 

34 Connecticut 

14 Lake NAS 

27 Rutgers 13 

V.M.I 29 

51 West. Md 

13 Florida 

Duke 42 

27 Virginia 12 

32 W. & L 28 

1943 (4-5-0) 

7 Curtis B. CG 13 

13 Wake Forest 7 

19 Rich. AAB 6 

2 West. Va 6 

Penn State .. 45 

43 Greenv. AAB .. 18 



Virginia 39 

Bainbridge 46 

21 V.M.I 14 

1944 (1-7-1) 

Hamp.-Svd 12 

Wake Forest 39 

6 West. Va. 6 

Mich. State 8 

6 Florida 14 

7 Virginia 18 

Mich. State 33 

19 Penn State 34 

8 V.M.I 6 

1945 (6-2-1) 

60 Guilford Col 6 

21 Richmond 

22 Merch. M.A 6 

13 Va. Polv 21 

13 West Va 13 

14 W.&M 33 

38 V.M.I 

19 Virginia 13 

19 South Carolinia 13 

1946 (3-6-0) 

54 Bainbridge 

7 Richmond 37 

North Carolina 33 

6 Va. Polv 

7 W.&M 41 

17 South Carolina 21 

24 W. & L 7 

14 Mich. State 26 

7 N. C. State 28 

1947 (7-2-2) 

19 South Carolina 13 

43 Delaware 19 

18 Richmond 6 

7 Duke 19 

21 Va. Polv - 19 

27 West Va 

32 Duquesne 

North Carolina 19 

20 Vanderbilt 6 

N. C. State 

(Gator Bowl, Jan. 1, 1948) 

20 Georgia 20 

1948 (6-4-0) 

19 Richmond 

21 Delaware 

28 Va. Poly 

12 Duke 13 

47 George Washington 

27 Miami 13 

19 South Carolina 7 

20 North Carolina 49 

Vanderbilt 34 

14 West Virginia 16 

1949 (9-1-0) 

34 Va. Poly 7 

33 Georgetown 7 

7 Mich. State 14 

14 N. C. State 6 

44 South Carolina 7 

40 George Washington 14 

14 Boston U 13 

47 West Va 7 

13 Miami 

(Gator Bowl. Jan. 1, 1950) 

20 Missouri 7 

1950 (7-2-1) 

7 Georgia 27 

35 Naw 21 

34 Mich. State 7 

25 Georgetown 14 

13 N. C. State 16 

26 Duke 14 

23 George Washington 7 

7 North Carolina 7 

41 West Va 

63 V.P.I 7 



1951 (10-0-0) 

54 W.&L 14 

33 George Washington 6 

43 Georgia 7 

14 North Carolina 7 

27 L.S.U 

35 Missouri 

40 Navy 21 

53 N. C. State 

54 West Va 7 

(Sugar Bowl. Jan. 1. 1952) 

28 Tennessee 13 

1952 (7-2-0) 

13 Missouri 10 

13 Auburn 7 

28 Clemson 

37 Georgia 

38 Navy 7 

34 L.S.U 6 

34 Boston U 7 

14 Mississippi 21 

7 Alabama 27 

1953 (10-1-0) 
National Champions 
Co-Champions, ACC 

20 Missouri 6 

52 W. & L 

20 Clemson 

40 Georgia 13 

26 North Carolina 

30 Miami (Fla.) 

24 South Carolina 6 

27 George Washington 6 

38 Mississippi 

21 Alabama 

(Orange Bowl Jan. I, 1954) 

Oklahoma 7 

1954 (7-2-1) 

20 Kentucky 

7 UCLA 12 

13 Wake Forest 13 

33 North Carolina 

7 Miami (Fla.) 9 

20 South Carolina 

42 N. C. State 14 

16 Clemson 

48 George Washington 6 

74 Missouri 13 

1955 (10-1-0) 
Co-Champions ACC 

13 Missouri 12 

7 U.C.L.A 

20 Baylor 6 

28 Wake Forest 

25 North Carolina 7 

34 Syracuse 13 

27 South Carolina 

13 L.S.U 

25 Clemson 12 

19 George Washington 

(Orange Bowl Jan. I. 1956) 

6 Oklahoma 20 

1956 (2-7-1) 

12 Syracuse 26 

6 Wake Forest 

Bavlor 14 

6 Mi'ama(Fla.) 13 

6 North Carolina 34 

7 Tennessee 34 

Kentucky 14 

6 Clemson 6 

South Carolina 13 

25 N. C. State 14 

1957 (5-5-0) 

13 Texas A & M 21 

13 N. C.State 48 

Duke - 14 

27 Wake Forest 

21 North Carolina 7 

Tennessee 16 

10 South Carolina 6 



58 



7 Clemson 26 

16 Miami (Ha.) 6 

12 Virginia o 

1958 (4-6-0) 

o Wake I oresi '4 

21 N. C.State 6 
o Clemson 8 

10 U-vis A&M 14 

North Carolina 

7 Auburn 20 

10 South Carolina 6 

14 Navj 4(1 

26 Miami (1 l.i I 14 

44 Virginia 6 

1959 (5-5-0) 

27 West Va 7 

rexas 26 

Syracuse 29 

7 Wake Forest 10 

14 North Carolina 

6 South Carolina 22 

14 Navy 22 

28 Clemson 25 

55 Virginia 12 

3.1 N. C. State . 28 

1960 (6-4-0) 

31 West Va 8 

Texas 34 

7 Duke 20 

10 N. C.State 13 

19 Clemson 17 

14 Wake Forest 13 

15 South Carolina 

9 Penn State 28 

22 North Carolina 19 

44 Virginia 12 

1961 (7-3-0) 

14 SMC 6 

24 Clemson 21 

22 Syracuse 21 

8 North Carolina 14 

21 Air Force 

10 South Carolina 20 

21 Penn State 17 

10 N. C. State 7 

10 Wake Forest 7 

16 Virginia 28 

1962 (6-4-0) 

7 SMU 

13 Wake Forest 2 

14 N. C. State 6 

31 North Carolina 13 

24 Miami 28 

13 South Carolina 11 

7 Penn State 23 

7 Duke 10 

14 Clemson 17 

40 Virginia 18 

1963 (3-7-0) 

14 N. C. State 36 

13 South Carolina 21 

12 Duke 30 

7 North Carolina 14 

21 Air Force 14 

32 Wake Forest 

15 Penn State 17 

7 Navy 42 

6 Clemson .. 21 

21 Virginia 6 

1964 (5-5)' 

3 Oklahoma 13 

24 South Carolina 6 

13 N. C. State 14 

17 Duke 24 

10 North Carolina 9 

17 Wake Forest 21 

9 Penn State 17 

27 Navy 22 

34 Clemson t 

10 Virginia 



1965 (4-6) 

24 Ohio li 7 

7 Syracuse 24 

in Wake I orest 

lo North < 'arolina 12 

7 N. C. Stale 29 

27 South Carolina 14 

7 Navy 19 

6 Clemson 

27 Virginia U 

7 Penn Stale 19 

1966 (4-6) 

7 Penn State 15 

34 Wake Forest 7 
7 Syracuse 14 

21 Duke 19 

28 West Va. .. 9 
14 South Carolina 2 
21 N C. State .. 24 

10 Clemson 14 

17 Virginia 41 

21 1 lorida State ... 45 

1967 (0-9) 

Oklahoma 35 

3 Syracuse 7 

9 N. C. State .. 31 

North Carolina 14 

South Carolina 31 

3 Penn State . 38 

7 Clemson 28 

17 Wake Forest ... 35 

7 Virginia 12 

1968 (2-8) 

14 Florida St 24 

14 Syracuse 32 

28 Duke 30 

33 North Carolina 24 

21 South Carolina 19 

11 N. C. State 31 

14 Wake Forest 38 

Clemson 16 

13 Penn State 57 

23 Virginia 28 

1969 (3-7) 

7 West Virginia 31 

7 N. C. State 24 

19 Wake Forest 14 

9 Syracuse 20 

20 Duke 

South Carolina 17 

Clemson 40 

21 Miami (Ohio) 34 

Penn State 48 

17 Virginia 14 

1970 (2-9) 

3 Villanova 21 

12 Duke .". 13 

20 North Carolina 53 

II Miami 18 

7 Syracuse 23 

21 South Carolina 15 

N. C. State 6 

I 1 Clemson 24 

Penn State ... 34 

17 Virginia 14 

10 West Virginia 20 

1971 (2-9) 

13 Villanova 28 

35 N. C. State 7 

14 North Carolina 35 

14 Wake Forest 18 

13 Syracuse 21 

6 South Carolina 35 

23 Florida 27 

38 V.M.I 

27 Penn State 63 

14 Clemson 20 

27 Virginia 29 

1972 (5-5-1) 

24 N.C. State 24 



26 North < arolina M 

2H V.M.I. 16 

12 Syracuse If) 

23 Wake I oresi 
I ' v illanova 7 

14 Duke 20 

24 Virginia 23 
16 Penn State A(< 
' I < 'lemson f> 

8 Miami ( I la I .. 28 

1973 (8-4) 

13 West Virginia ... 20 

21 North ( arolina 3 

31 Villanova 3 

38 Syracuse 

22 V C. State ... 24 
37 Wake Forest 

30 Duke 10 

22 Penn State ... 42 

33 Virginia 

28 Clemson 13 

42 Tulane 9 

(Peach Bowl Dec. 28. 1973) 

16 Cieorgia .17 

1974 (8-4) 

16 Alabama 21 

10 Florida 17 

24 North (arolina 12 

31 Syracuse 

41 Clemson 

47 Wake Forest 

20 N. C. State 10 

17 Penn State 24 

41 Villanova 

56 Duke .. 13 

10 Virginia 

(Liberty Bowl. Dec. 16. 1974) 

3 Tennessee 7 

1975 (9-2-1) 

41 Villanova 

8 Tennessee 26 

34 North Carolina 7 

10 Kentucky 10 

24 Syracuse 

37 N. C. State ... 22 

27 Wake Forest 

13 Penn State .. 15 

21 Cincinnati 19 

22 Clemson 20 

62 Virginia 24 

(Gator Bowl Dec. 29. 1975) 

13 Florida 

1976 (11-1) 

31 Richmond 

24 West Virginia 3 

42 Syracuse 28 

20 V'illanova 9 

16 N C. State 6 

17 Wake Forest 15 

30 Duke 3 

24 Kentucky 14 

21 Cincinnati 

20 Clemson 

28 Virginia 

(Cotton Bowl Jan. I. 1977) 

21 Houston 30 

1977 (8-4) 

21 Clemson 14 

16 West Virginia 24 

9 Penn State 27 

20 N. C. State 24 

24 Syracuse 10 

35 Wake Forest 

31 Duke 13 

7 North Carolina 16 

19 Villanoya 13 

27 Richmond 24 

28 Virginia 

(Hall of Fame Bowl Dec. 22. 1977) 

17 Minnesota 7 



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1978 (9-3) 

31 Tulane 

24 Louisville - 17 

2! North Carolina 20 

20 Kentucky 3 

31 N. C. State 7 

34 Syracuse 9 

39 Wake Forest 

27 Duke 

3 Penn State 27 

17 Virginia 7 

24 Clemson 28 

(Sun Bowl Dec. 23, 1978) 

Texas 42 

1979 (7-4-0) 

24 Villanova 20 

19 Clemson 

35 Mississippi State 14 

7 Kentucky 14 

7 Penn State 27 

N. C. State 7 

17 Wake Forest 25 

27 Duke 

17 North Carolina 14 

28 Louisville 7 

17 Virginia 7 

1980 (8-4) 

7 Villanova 3 

31 Vanderbilt 6 

14 West Virginia II 

3 North Carolina 17 

9 Pittsburgh 38 

10 Penn State 24 

11 Wake Forest 10 

17 Duke 14 

24 N. C. State 

34 Clemson 7 

31 Virginia 

(Tangerine Bowl Dec. 20. 1980) 

20 Florida 35 

1981 (4-6-1) 

17 Vanderbilt 23 

13 West Virginia 17 

34 N. C. State 9 

17 Syracuse 17 

10 Florida 15 

45 Wake Forest 33 

24 Duke 21 

10 North Carolina 17 

7 Tulane 14 

7 Clemson 21 

48 Virginia 7 

1982 (8-4-0) 

31 Penn State 39 

18 West Virginia 19 

23 N. C.State 6 

26 Syracuse 3 

38 Indiana State 

52 Wake Forest 31 

49 Duke 22 

31 North Carolina 24 

18 Miami 17 

22 Clemson 24 

45 Virginia 14 

(Aloha Bowl Dec. 25. 1982) 

20 Washington 21 



TERP 
FOOTBALL LETTERMEN 

A" 

Abbott. Robert 1971 
Absher. Dick 1964. '65. "66 
Adams. Chester 1908 
Adams. Donald 1925. '26.77 
Adams. Ron 1963. '64 
Adams. Steve 1981 
Aitcheson, [.either 1917 



Aitcheson. Whitnev 1913, '14 
Albarano. Ralph 1937, 38, '39 
Albrecht, George 1952, '53 '54 
Albrittain, Lemuel 1902. '03 
Alderton, Gene 1955. '56. '57 
Alderton, John 1950, '51, '52 
Alexander, Richard 1941 
Alkire, John 1973. 74 
Ambrusko, Ken 1962. '64 '65 
Andorka. Bill 1934 
Andrews, Olin 1908. '09. '10 
Andrus. Robert 1946 
Arbutina, Matt 1963. '64 '65 
Arizzi, Ernie 1961, '62, '63 
Armsworthy, Frank 1950 
Athey, Ronald 1955, '56 
Atkins, Steve 1975, 76, 77, 78 
Atkinson, Jess 1981, '82 
Augsburger, Pete 1948. '49. '50 
Aulisi, Ed 1980. '81, '82 
Aulisi, Joe 1980, '81, '82 
Austin, Gerald 1982 
Avelinni, Bob 1972. 73. 74 
Axt. R. W. (Dutch) 1915. '16, '17 



"B" 

Bach. Billy 1966 
Badanjek. Rick 1982 
Bafford, Harold 1925, '26. '27 
Bagranoff, Larry 1963. '64. '65 
Baierl. Ralph 1953. '54 
Bailev. Caleb (Zeke) 1918. 

'19. '20, '21. '22 
Baker. Brian 1981, '82 
Baker, Charles 1906 
Baker, Pat 1965, '66, '67 
Baldante. John 1978, 79 
Baldwin. Clarence 1981. '82 
Banner. Murnis 1960. '61, '62 
Bannon, J. G. 1892, '93, '94 
Barbiasz. Chris 1979, '80 
Barkalow. Gerald 1945 
Barlund, Dick 1959. '60. '61 
Barnes. George 1941. '42. '45 
Barnes, Hank 1969, 70. 71 
Baroni, John 1947, '48 
Barrit, Ed 1952 
Bartlett. W. D. 1923 
Bates. Duane 1944 
Battaglia, Sam 1967 
Bauer. J. W. 1908 
Beamer, Frances 1938, '39 
Beardslev. Al 1956. '58 
Beattv. Bill 1924, '25 
Becker, Ed 1958 
Bednar, Ray 1970, 71, 72 
Behbahani, Kambiz 1971 
Behr, Sam 1945. '47 
Behrmann. Joe 1957. '58 
Beightol. Lvnn 1951. '53. '54. '55 
Bell. Fred 1896. '97 
Bell, Karl 1965 
Bell. Bobby 1976 
Benner. Willis 1932. '33 
Bennett, Gordon 1960 
Benson, Kevin 1972. 73. 74. 75 
Benson. Shawn 1982 
Benson. I odd 1978. 79. '80 
Berger, Louis (Bosey) 1930. '31 



Bernardo. Ralph 1943 

Berry. Harold 1940/41 

Beslev. Kirk 1922. '24.75 

Betty, Dale 1958. '59. '60 

Betz, Theodore 1948. '49, '50 

Bielski. Dick 1952. '53, '54 

Bilancioni, Bert 1965 

Binder. Paul 1910 

Birkland. John 1934, '35, '36 

Bishop, Randolph 1944, '46 

Bissell, John 1945 

Bittner, Dick 1955 

Blackburn. Ray 1953, '54 

Blackistone, Wade 1894 

Blandford, James 1897, '98 

Bloomingdale, Alan 1973, 74 

Bobenko, Alex 1943 

Boeri. Walter 1951. '52 

Boinis, John 1962 

Bonis, Pete 1958, '59. '60 

Bolton. Ed. 1949. '50 

Bonk. Harry 1945, '46, '47. '48 

Bonnet. Arthur 1924, '25 

Boothe, Dan 1942 

Boring, Les 1980. '81 

Boslev. John 1905 

Bosley, Lester 1918. '19. '20. '21 

Bovic, Charles 1902 

Bouscaren, William 1897 

Bowersox, Jack 1953, '54 

Bowland, Bill 1904. '05, '06 

Bowland, Jay 1911. '12. '13, '14 

Bowman, Charles 1967 

Boxold, Charles 1953, '54 

Boyda, John 1937, '38, '39 

Bozeman, Richard 1943 

Bracken. Lou 1967, '68 

Bradford. Robert 1949 

Bradlev. J. A. 1898. ^9 

Bradley, Walter 1933 

Bramson, Bernardo 1964. '65. '66 

Brancato. Joe 1973. 74 

Brand. Robert 1937. '38 

Brandt. Marshall 1942 

Brannan, Tim 1970. 71. 72 

Branner. Cecil 1919, '20, 71, 72, 73 

Brant. Mike 1967, '68, '69 

Brant, Tim 1970, 71. 72 

Branthover, Lee 1970. 71 

Brasher, James 1947, '48. '49 

Brechiel, Jim 1973. 74. 75 

Breedlove. Rod 1957, '58. '59 

Brenner. John 1941, '42 

Bresnahan, Tom 1964 

Breunich, Tom 1952, '53 

Brewer, Edward B. (Untz) 1916, 

70, 71 
Brewer, Mac 1922, 73 
Brkovich. Joe 1981, '82 
Broglio, Paul 1947. '48 
Bromley, Walter 1922. 73. 74. 75 
Brougher, Don 1952, '53. '54 
Broumel, Tom I960 
Brown. David 1900. '01. '02. '03 
Brown, Gurnest 1979, '80. '81. '82 
Brown. Robert 1937. '38. '39 
Brown. Tom I960. '61. '62 
Brubaker. Eric 1975 
Bryan, Thomas 1901 
Bryant, William 1937 



60 



Brzostowski, An 1965, '66, '67 

Budkoff, Nick 1936. '37 

Bungori, Dan 1971, "72. 73 

Burgee, Dick 1953, '54. '55 

Burger, Joe 1921, '22. "23, "24 

Burgess, torn 1977, 78, 79 

Burglev. Bill 1956. '57 

Burke, Pat 1968, '69, 70 

Burlin, Ralph 1939, '40, '41 

Bums, Jimmy 1910 

Bui iuss, I loyd 1976, 77, 78, 'NO 

Buiion. Boh 1961, '62. '63 

Bury, Lou 1962. '63 

Buscher, Bernie 1933. '34. '35 

Buscher, F. A. 1932. '33 

Butsko, Ham 1961, '62 

Byrd, Bill 1942 

Byed, Harry C. (Curley) 1905, '06. '07 

Byrom, Bruce 1977. 78, 79, '80 



"C" 
Calandra. William 1971 
Caldwell, Rodney 1982 
Callahan. Charles 1933. '34. '35 
Cafta. Keith 1976. 77. 78 
Camphell. Joe 1973. 74. 75, 76 
Carinci. Jan 1978. '79. '80 
Carliss. Ernest 1919, 70. '21 
Carlson. Rick 1966. '67, '68 
Carnev. Mike 1978, 79, '80 
Carr, Brad 1974 75, 76, 77 
Carroll. Charles 1957 
Carroll. Douglas 1899 
Carter, A. R. 1914 
Carter. Crawford 1918 
Carter. Louis 1972. 73. '74 
Castro. Dale 1978. 79, '80 
Cashwell, Dorsey 1897, ^8 
Chacos, Louis 1942 
Chadick, Mike 1968 
Chalmers. George (Shorty) 1929. 

'30. '3 1 
Chamberlain. Glenn 1977. 78 
Chiaverni. Len 1962. '63 
Chisari, Thomas 1943. '44. '45 
Choyanes. Eddie 1941. '42. 46 
Christiansen. Dave 1951 
Church. C. Grant 1897. "99 
Church. L. M. 1905 
Ciambor. Steve 1967. '68. '69 
Cianciulli. Steve 1978 
Cianelli. Dave 1949. '50. '51 
Chichovvski. Tom 1963. '65. '66 
Cielensky, Mike 1973, 74. '75 
Claiborne. Jonathan 1975. 76. 77 
Clark. Morrison 1920 
Cloud. Eyerett 1958. '59. '60 
Coggins. Bert 1916 
Coggins. Irving 1914. '15. '16 
Colbert. Bob 1967. '68. '69 
Cole. Bob 1958 
Cole. Fred 1956. "57. '58 
Cole. George 1932 
Collins. Bobby 1964. '65. '66 
Collins. Gary 1959. '60. '61 
Collins. Scott 1977. 78. 79 
Coltervahn. Llovd 1951. '52 
Crompton. Barnes 1892. "93 
Condie. Dennis 1960. '61 



Condon, John 1949 
Conrad, Dave 1974. 75. 76 
Conrad, I uthei 1940, '41. '42 
Continetti, Reno 1943. '44 
Cooke. Ed 1955. '57 
Cooke. Sam 1X97. '98. '99 
Cooper. Barney 1905. '06. '07 
Cooper. Fred 1964. '65. '66 
( looper, I an\ 1943. '44 
Corcoran. Jim 1962. '64. '65 
Cordyack, John 1940. '41 
Corvino. Mike 1979. '80. '81. '82 
( oi\. I i nest 1907. '08 
Cosgrove, lorn 1950. '51. '52 
Coster, H. O. 1916. '17. '18 
Couch, (ieorge 1942 
Covington, Al 1982 
Cozzi, Richard 1975 
Cowdrey. Chris 1970. 71. '72 
Crapster, Jack 1908 
Crecca, Joseph 1932. '33 
Crosland. Robert 1945. '46 
Crossan. Dave I960. '61. '62 
Crothers. Omar (Gus) 1926. '27. '28 
Cryt7er, Marty 1951. '52, '53 
Cummins. Richard 1978. 79 

"D" 

D'Addio, Dave 1979. '80. 82 

Dailev, Darnell 1978, 79, '81 

Daly, Ed 1934. '35. '36 

Dalv, Leslie 1943, '44. '45 

Darby. Samuel 1899 

Dare, Howie 1954. '55. '57 

Davidson, Jim 1959, '60, '61 

Davis, Fred 1946, '47. '48. '49 

Davis, Jack 1954. '55. '56 

Davis. Lynn 1949, '50, '51 

Davis, Russell 1981, '82 

Dean, Robert 1948. '49, '50 

De Armey. Frank 1935, '36. '37 

DeArmev. John 1938 

DeCarlo. Dan 1974. '75 

DeCicco, Nick 1955. '56. '57 

Decker, Don 1951, '52 

Deckman. Joe 1930 

Dietz. Guy 1973. 74 

Demczuk." Bernard (Sonny) 1968. '69 

Dennis. Russell 1953. '54.' '55 

DePaul, Bobby 1982 

Derrick. H. B." 1914. '15. '16 

DeStephano. Robert 1950. '51. '52 

Detko. Chester 1960. '61. '62 

Devon, Joe 1898 

Dewitz, Brant 1979. '80 

DiCaprio. Richard 1973. '74 

Dick. Larry 1975. 77 

Dickev. Edmund 1900 

Dietrich. Leroy 1958. '59. '60 

Dil. Chris 1965 

Dill. John 1967. '68. '69 

Dodson. Charlie 1927. "28. '29 

Dominic. Brian 1971 

Donofrio. Ralph 1966. '67 

Doorv. Frank 1943. '44 

Dotter. Don 1977. 78 

Douglas. John 1976. 77 

Drach. Joseph 1945. '46. "47 

Drass. Pat 1959. '60. '61 



Drimal, Chuck 1967 

Drozdov, oi.il 1962, '63. 64 

DuBois, Oscar 1942 

Duda, Mark 1979. 'xo. '81. '82 

Dudish, Mickej 1976. '77. 78 

Duley, luin 1931 

Dunbar, I mmons 1900, '01. '02 

Duibm. Mark 1981 

Dutton, Ken 1967. '68. '69 

DuVall, Mearle 1939. '40. '41 

Dwyer, I rank 1939 

Dyer, John 1968, ''-9. 70 

Dyson, Gene 1955 

Earley. Ha i old 1949 

Edel. Sam I. 1919 

Ellinger, Charlie 1934. '35. '36 

Ellis, Gary 1978. '79 

Emerson. Darryl 1982 

Emrich, William 1971 

Ennis. Lou 1933. '34. '35 

Epplev. Gears (Suede) 1919. '20 

Erhard, Jerry 1970. 72 

Esiason, Norman 1981, '82 

Lubanks. Howard 1979. '80. '81. '82 

Evans. Bill 1974. '75 

Evans. Clay 1907 

Evans, Francis 1945. '46. '47. '48 

Evans. William 1928. '29. '30 

Everson. William 1947. '48 

.. F .. 

Faber, Parker 1930. '31 
Falonev. Bernie 1951. '52. '53 
Fazio, Ron 1982 
Franz. Scott 1978. '79. '80 
Farrell. Albert 1932 
Fasano. Rick 1978. '79. '80 
Fastuca. Sal 1944 
Feher. Gene 1961. '62. '63 
Fehr, Walter 1945. '46 
Felton. Ralph 1951. '52. '53 
Ferrante. Joe 1961. '62. '63 
Fesmever, Charles 1901. '02 
Fiedor. John 1973 
Fincke. Edward 1950 
Firor. Guy 1905. '06 
Fischer. Stanley 1952 
Fisher, Ralph 1973. 74. 75. '76 
Fisher. William 1930 
Fishman. Jerry 1963. '64 
Fitzpatrick. Paul 1967. '68. '69 
Fletcher. Andv 1916. '17 
Fletcher. Dwayne 1958. '59. '60 
Fletcher. Edward 1935. '36 
Flick. Paul 1942 
Flor. Tom 1957, '58. '59 
Flvnn, Tim 1953. '54. '55 
Forbes. John 1957. '58 
Ford. James 1977 
Forrester. James 1937. '38 
Foster. Daniel 1975 
Fotta. Bill 1976 
Fox. Hank 1949. '50. '51 
Franklin. Jamie 1972. 75 
Frattaroii, Joe 1962. '64 
Friedgen. Ralph 1968 
Fries. Greg 1968. '69. 70 



61 



Fritsch, John 1955. '56. '57 
Fritz, Emile 1945, '46 
Fromang, Steve 1970. 71, '72 
Fry, Clarence (Chick) 1949. '50. '51 
Fullerton, Ed 1950. '51. '52 
Fuller, Clifton 1892. '93. '94 
Fulton. Ed 1973. '74. '75. '76 
Funk. Mike 1962 
Furman, Tyrone 1981. '82 
Furst, Walter 1911 

"G" 

Gaetz. Norman 1944 
Gaines, Mike 1970. '71. '72 
Gall. Ed 1977, '78. '79. '80 
Gallagher. Bob 1958 
Gait. Pete 1905 
Gambino. Lu 1946. '47 
Garber. Chip 1975, 76, 77 
Gardi. Joe 1957, '58, '59 
Gareis. Hank 1967, '68, '69 
Garner. Enoch 1902 
Garrott. William 1933. '35 
Gawlick 1965, '66. '67 
Gavzur, Rudolph 1949 
Gebhardt. John 1967, '68 
Getz. Harry 1935 
Gibbons, Charles 1896. '97 
Gibson. Ray 1962 
Gienger, Craig 1970 
Gienger, George 1939, '40 
Gierula. Chester 1947, '48, '49, '50 
Gilbert, Herbert 1918. '19. '20, '21 
Gill, Vernon 1903, '04 
Gillespie, Bill 1967, '69 
Gilmore, Jack 1962. '63 
Gilmore. John 1940. '42 
Gioia, Bob 1980, '81 
Glamp, Paul 1976, 78, 79 
Glamp, Pete 1978, 79, '80 
Gleasner. Donald 1945 
Glover, Kevin 1982 
Goldman, Luther 1933 
Goodman, Jim 1946, '47, '48 
Gormley. John 1934, '35, '36 
Grace, Mike 1966. '67. '68 
Graff. Gustavius 1892. '93 
Graham, Duev 1970 
Grant. Bill 1967, '68 
Grason, Andy 1898, ^9 
Greene, Tonv 1968. '69. 70 
Greer, William 1944, '45 
Gregory, Larry 1979 
Gretz, Harry 1933 
Grey, Chris'l978, 79 
Gross, James 1981. '82 
Groves. John (Boots) 1919. 

'20. '2 1 . '22, '23 
Guckeyson. Bill 1934, '35, '36 
Gunderman, Bobby 1982 
Gunderman, Ed 1965. '66 
Gunderman. Tom 1957. '58. '59 
Gundry. Jesse 1921 

"H" 

Hacker. Bob 1959. '60. '61 
Hafer. Robert 1943 
Hagen. James 1977 
Hagerman, I om 1942 



Haley. Bob 1967. '68 

Hall, Irving (Bottle) 1923. '24 

Hamilton, Fred 1955. '56, '57 

Hamlev. James 1969 

Hannigan, John 1961. '62 

Hanulak. Chet 1951. '52. '53 

Harbert, Doug 1975. 76. 77 

Harding. Samuel ( Pop) 1 892. '93. '94 

Hardistv, John 1899. 1900 

Harraka. Greg 1982 

Harris, Derick 1974 

Harris, George 1893. '94 

Harris. Leon 1976 

Harrison, Roland 1892. '93. '94 

Hart. R. G. 1915 

Hatfield, Norm 1962, '63 

Hatter. Jim 1956. '57. '58 

Hatton, Hannibal 1905. '06 

Haussmann, Kevin 1978 

Havener. Chris 1980 

Hawkins. Ralph 1956. '57 

Hayden. Courtney 1930. '31 

Havman. Edgar 1904 

Headlev, Coleman 1934. '35. '36 

Heagv. Al 1927. '28. '29 

Healv, Don 1955. '56. '57 

Healv, Jack 1955. '56 

Heffner. Fred 1952, '53 

Heine, Geoige 1923. '24 

Heintz. William 1928. '29 

Helbock, Bill 1942 

Herzog. Fred 1924, '25 

Hetrick, John 1966 

Heuring. Ed 1954, '55. '56 

Heward. Harry 1894. ^6 

Hewitt, Frederick 1937, '38 

Hever, Frank 1940, '41 

Hickman. William 1943 

Hicks. Chaplain 1907. '08 

Hill, Darrvl 1963 

Hill. Greg 1982 

Hillis. Robert 1943 

Hinebaugh, Wade 1896. '97 

Hindman. F. R. 1913. '14. '15 

Hines, Frank 1898, ^9 

Hines, Frank. Jr. 1932 

Hinkle, Monte 1971. 72. 73 

Hoch. Mike 1966 

Hoen. Ralph 1907. '08 

Hoen, Stanley 1908 

Hoffecker, Frank 1911. '12. '13 

Hoffman, Charles 1968, '69 

Hoffman, Edward 1943 

Hoffman, Gil 1982 

Hoffman, Herb 1952, '53. '54 

Hoge. Hamilton 1906 

Hons. Craig 1970 

Hoppengardner. Joe 1940. '42 

Hoover. Kim 1973. 74. 75 

Horning, Joe 1951, 52. '53. '54 

Hough. John 1922, '23. '24 

Hrezo. Joe 1960. '61. '62 

Hufman, Jack 1942 

Hughes. Leroy 1972. 73, 74, 75 

Humphries, Howard 1963, '64, '65 

Hunt. Max 1940 

Hunteman. Charles 1912. '13 

Hurd, Art 1951. '52 

Hurson. Edward 1943 



"I" 

Idzik. John 1947, '48, '49. '50 
Iglehart, John 1905 
lmphong. Mike 1967 
Irvine, John 1952. '53. '54 

"J" 

Jackson, Fred 1946 
James, Robert 1941, '42. '46 
Jameson. George 1906 
Jankowski, Gary I960. '61. '62 
Jarmoska. George 1940. '41, '42 
Jennings, Ricky 1973. 74. 75 
Jernigan, Cv 1971. 73 
Johnson, Charles 1976. 77. 78 
Johnson. Dave 1911. '12. '13 
Johnson. Ed 1965 
Johnson, Sam 1978. 79. '80 
Johnston, Richard 1945, '46 
Jones, David 1971 
Jones, Lendell 1981, '82 
Jones, Stan 1951. '52. '53 
Joyce. Fred 1962. '63. '64 
Joyce. Jim 1957, '58, '59 
Joyce. Jim 1981, '82 
Joyner. Willie 1981. '82 

"K" 

Kane. Ed 1966. '67. '68 
Karangalen, Peter 1943 
Karnash, Stanley 1948, '49. '50 
Kaufman, Norman 1959, '60 
Kecman. Dan 1967. '68, '69 
Kecman. Ron 1970. 71. 72 
Keith. Jeff 1949, '51 
Keenan. Charles 1930. '31. 32 
Keenan. John 1926. '27. '28 
Kafauver, Harry 1898. ^9 
Kelly, Harold 1970 
Kemp. William 1909. '10. '11 
Kenlev. Frank 1896. ^7, ^8 
Kenny. John 1964. '65 
Kensler, Ed 1948, '49, '50. '51 
Kern, Fred 1957. '58 
Kershner. Ted 1956, '57, '58 
Kessler. Gordon 1926. '27. '28 
Kichman. Charles 1956 
Kiernan, Paul 1931, '32 
Kilgallen. Jim 1953 
Kinard. Ben 1973. 74 
King, John 1968, '69 
Kinnev. Eugene 1945, '46. '47, '48 
Kinney. Vince 1975. 76. 77 
Kirchiro. Bill 1959. '60. '61 
Kishpaugh. W. M. 1913. '14. '15. '16 
Klaube, Ted 1975, 76. 77 
Klingerman. Doug 1964. '65 
Kloppmever. Charles 1906 
Knode. Bobby 1916. '17. '18. '19 
Knode. Ken 1911. '12, '13. '14. '15 
Koch, Peter 1981. '82 
Koehler. Hugh (Pop) 1909. 

'10. 'II. '12 
Koelle. Raymond 1930. '31 
Kolarac. George 1954. '55, '56 
Kolencik. Frank 1979. '80. '81. '82 
Kolodne. Walter 1943 
Komlo. Bill 1956 
Koprowski. Marion 1973. 74. 75 



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Koziol, Sieve 1976. 77. 78 
Krahling, (hick 1964, '65 
Krajcovic, Jess I 1 ': 1 '. JO, '31 
Kramer. Marvin 1949, '50 
Kramer. Paul 1953 
Kreider, John 1979. 'SO. "81 
Kronberg, Vic 19X2 
Krouse, Bill 1939, '40 
Krouse, Raymon 1947. '48, "49. "50 
Kubany, Glenn 1968, '69 
Kuchta, Joe 1948, '49. '.so 
Kur/. Jim 1946 

"I 
I adygo, Peter 1950, '51 

LeHayne, Allied 1975 
Landolt, Dean 1968 
Icnese. Ron 1957. '58 
I ange, Robert 1973. 74 
Lanigan, Pat 1924. '25 
Larkin. Hob 1980 
I aikm. 1 dssard 1971 
LaRue, James 1947. '48, '49 
I ary, Ralph 1977. 78. 79. '80 
Latham, Ector, 1922. '23 
Lattimer, Charles 1951, '52. '53 
Laughery, Bob 1952 
Lavine. Stanford 1948. '49 
Lavrusky, Jim 1965. '66. '67 
I awrence, George 1938. '39 
Lawrence, .lames 1968 
Lawson, J. W. 1892 
I ayman, Bob 1956. '57. '58 
Lazaro, Bill 1958. '59 
Lazzarino, Joe 1954. '55 
Leatherman, John 1926 
LeGore. Walter 1904 
Lewis. Dickie 1956. '57. '58 
1 ewis, Gomer 1924 
Lewis. Grenville 1894. "96 
Lewis. Mike 1979. '80. '81. '82 
I ewis, Ron 1962. '63 
Liebold. I.eland 1952 
Lillibridge, John 1896. '97 
Lilly, Hank 1963 
Lindsay, Paul 1951 
Linkous, Fred 1925. '26. '27 
Lishack, Michael 1971 
Livingston, Phil 1978. 79 
Llovd". Edward 1938. '39 
Lombard. Henrv 1928. '29 
Loncar. Ed 1977. 78 
Loomis. Lynn 1912. '13 
Lorton. Kyle 1979. '80 
Lovett. Bills 1966. '67. '68 
Luckey, George 1923. '24 
Lumsden, Milton 1939. '40 
Lunn, Cameron (Tubby) 1906. '07 
Lut7. James 1943 
Lvnch. Leonard 1981 '82 



"M" 
Mac Bride. Bob 1969. 70 
MacDonald. Alexander 1916. 

'17. '18. '19. '20 
MacDonald. John 1932 
Mace. Ron 1962 
Mackall. Thomas 1904. '05. '06. '07 



Mackert, Roy 1919, '20 
Maddox, Alvin 1976, 77. 78 
Madigan, George 1928, '29 
Mahnic, Robert 1969, 70 
Mam. Wilber 1956. '57 
Makar, James 1943 
Maletzky, Bill 1951. '52 
Mallonee, Lloyd 1942 
Manges. Mark" 1974. 75. 76. 77 
Marchetto, Peter 1977 
Marciniak. Walt 1964, '65 
Markoe, Dave 1964 
Marshall, Larry 1969. 70, 71 
Martell, James 1970. 71. 72 
Martin, Andy 1963. '64 
Martin, Bill 1957, 58 
Martin. Charles 1963. '64 
Martine, Ro> 1950, '51 
Masses, Paul 1946 
Masses, Tom 1898 
Massie. Leonard 1969. 70. 71 
Matera. Brian 1977, 78. 79 
Matthews, J. Marsh 1900. '01, '02 
Mattia. Peter 1968. "69. 70 
Mattis. Bob 1982 
May. Charlie 1929, '31 
Maver, George 1904 
Ma'vhew, John 1932 
Mayo, Edmund 1903 
McCarthy. John 1936, '37 
McCarthy, Joseph 1944. '45 
McCarthy, Patrick 1943. '46 
McCaw. Stewart 1934 
McDonald. John 1927. '28. '29 
McFadden, Bill 1981. "82 
McFadden, Earl 1943 
McHugh, Thomas 1947. '48. '49. '50 
McLaughlin. Tom 1935 
McLuckie, Tom 1952. '53. '54 
McManus. Edward 1970. 71 
McNeil. Paul 1940 
McNutt, Alonzo 1905 
McQuade. Jack 1921. '22, '23 
McQuade. Thomas 1949 
McQueen. Lorie 1964. '65 
McQuown. Wymand 1964. '65. '66 
McVicker. John 1955 
Meade. Jim 1936. '37 
Medile. Sam 1979, '80 
Meister. Bill 1968. '69. 71 
Melcher. Dick 1963. '65 
Melcher. Mick 1963. '64. '65 
Merritt. Roland 1968. '69 
Mess. R. W. 1913. '14 
Michael. R. M. 1916 
Mier. Jack 1941. '42 
Mike-Mayer, Steve 1972, 73. 74 
Milkovich, Bob 1979. '80. '81 
Miller. Charlie 1929 
Miller. Chris 1973. 74 
Miller. Doug 1982 
Miller. Gars 1963 
Miller. Mike 1975. 76 
Miller. Tom 1969. 70. 71 
Milos/essski. John 1966 
Minion. Ed 1933. '34. '35 
Mitchell. Hanson 1896 
Mitchell. John 1931. '32 
Mitchell. Parker 1892. "93 



Mitchell. Waller 1900. '01. '02. '03 

Modzelewski, Dick 1950. '51. '52 

Modzelewski, Edward 1949. '50, '51 

Molstei lames 1947 

Molster, Charles 1918 

Mona. Joe 1959. '61, '62 

Mondorff, Pershing 1937. 39 

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Moore, I ric 1970 

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Moran. J. Patrick 1944 

Morgan. Bob 1951. '52. '53 

Morhinweg, Fred 1917 

Morns. Scott 1943 

Morris. William (Country) 1912. '13 

Morrison. Clark 1921 

Mortensen, Carl 1966 

Morter. LaRoy 1945. '46 

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Moss, Charles 1976 

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Mudd. Khosika 1909. '10, 'I 1 

Mueller. John 1940 

Mueller. Leo 1938. '39. '40 

Muffler. Joe 1976. 77. 78 

Muller. Mike 1980, '81. '82 

Mulliken. Clarence 1894 

Murphv. Bill 1972, 73 

Murphy, Joe 1939. '40 

Murphv. Scott 1975 

Myers, Dutch 1918. '19 

Myrtle. Chip 1964. '65. '66 

Myslinski, Tom 1965. '66. '67 

"N" 
Nairn. Roland 1950 
Nalewak. Ron 1964. '65 
Nardo. Anthony 1942 
Nardo. Dave 1962. '63 
Nash. John 1973. 74. 75 
Nash. John 1980. '81. '82 
Navarro. Frank 1950. '51. '52 
Navlor. Ralph 1900. '01. '02 
Nelligan, Bert 1896 
Nelson. Richard 1932. 33, '34 
Nesbit. Andv 1918. 

'19. '20. '21, '22 
Nestor. Paul 1951. '52 
Neville. Al 1971. 72. 73 
Nick. Glenn 1977 
Nickla. Ed 1958 
Niederhelman. Joe 1982 
Nolan. Dick 1952. '53 
Norris. John 1930. '31 
Novak, Dick 1959. '60. '61 
Nusz, Dave 1953. 54. '55 

"O" 

Oberlin. Lvman 1914. '15. '16 
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O'Connor. Ed 1952 
Odell. Dave 1976 
O'Donnell. Dick 1954 
Oertlv. Fred 1893 
O'Ha'ra. Dennis 1968. '69. 71 
O'Hare. Tim 1978 
Oifebeson. Whitney 1915 
Olecki. Bruce 1967'. '69 



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Olkewicz, Neil 1976. 77. 78 
Osborn. Downey 1923. '24 
Osier. Jerry 1962 
Owen. Norman 1943 



Pacella. David 1979. '80. '81. '82_ 

Pagannucci. Romeno 1919. '20. '21 

Page. Calvin 1901 

Palahunik. George 1952. '53. '54 

Palmer. Bruce 1976. 77. 78 

Pancza. Joe 1967 

Papuchis. John 1978 

Parker. Alvin 1924. '25 

Parsons. Jim 1952, '53. '54. '55 

Parsons. John 1926. 27 

Pastrana. Alan 1965. '66. '68 

Pearson. Ron 1966. '67. '68 

Pease, Al 1929. '30. '31 

Palanda. Michael 1977 

Pellegrini. Bob 1953. '54. "55 

Pennington. Victor 1914 

Perio, Phil 1955. 57 

Peters. Francis 1898, '99. 1900 

Petronaci. John 1971 

Petruzzo, Joseph 1950. '51 

Petrv. Phil 1964, '65 

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Phillips. Al 1946. '47. '48 

Pietrowski. Joseph 1945 

Piker, Robert 1945 

Pinck. Guv 1904 

Piper. Dan 1960, '61. '62 

Pirronello, William 1943 

Pitzer. John 1930 

Plasnig. Dutch 1921 

Pelvin, Tom 1966. '67. '68 

Pobiak, Ed 1948. '49. '50 

Poling. William 1945, '46 

Pollock, George ( Rosy) 1921. '22, '23 

Polyanski. Stan 1955 

Poniatowski. Hank 1959, '60, '61 

Poppelman. Rav 1930. '31. '32 

Posy, Gilbert 1909. '10. 'II 

Posev. Walter 1913, '14. '15. '16. '17 

Pouleur, A. L. 1902. '03 

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Psira. Ken 1960 

Pue. Dick 1892, ^3 

Pugh. Bill 1981 

Pugh. Charlie 1927 

Pugh, Ed 1921, '22. '23. '24 

Purvis. Bart 1971. 72. 73 



Quander. Timmv 1982 
Queen, C. J. 1896 

"R" 

Raba, Robert 1973, 74, 75. 76 
Radice. Julie 1928, '29 
Rae. Tom 1960, '61, '62 
Raedy, Mike 1918. '19 
Ratliff, Don 1970. 71. 72 
Reilly, Charles 1969. 70. 71 
Reilly, Jack 1960 
Ren/. Mike 1972 
Rhodes, Don 1977 
Ribinit/ki. Fred 1929 



Rich. M. N. 1915. '16 
Richards. Dean 1975. 76. 77. 78 
Richev. James 1975 
Riduelv. Charles 1897 
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Renaldo. Chris 1982 
Ridglev. Terry 1982 
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Riggs. M. Talbot 1919 
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Roberts. Guv 1969. 70. 71 
Robertson. Gilbert 1899 
Rock. Walter 1960. '61. '62 
Rock. Wilbur 1943. '44 
Rodenberger, Jeff 1979, '80. '81 
Rog. Ed 1962 
Rogers. Jerry 1978. 79 
Rogers. Stan 1972. 73. 74 
Rollins. W. T. 1892, '93, "94 
Romano, Frank 1972. 73. 74 
Rooney, Thomas 1930 
Rosenthal. Malcolm 1944 
Roth. Earl 1947. '48, '49 
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Ruff. Seymour 1912, '13. '14 
Ruffner. Robert 1905. '06. '07 
Rusevlvn. Bob 1956, '57. '58 
Russell", Frank 1972. 73. 74 
Ryan. Charley 1943 



Sachs, George 1933. '34. '35 
Sadler. Alan 1982 
Salley, Ernie 1974, 75. 76. 77 
Sandusky, Mike 1954. '55, '56 
Sankovich, Tom 1959. '60. "61 
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Santacroce, Leonard 1970 
Santy. Tony 1965, '66, '67 
Sappington, Earl 1899 
Saunders, Oswald 1908, '09 
Scarbath. Dick 1958 
Scarbath, Jack 1950. '51. '52 
Schaefer, Rich 1963, '64 
Schick, Tom 1973, 74, 76 
Schmaltz, Richard 1974. 76 
Schnebley, Robert 1942 
Schneider, Leroy 1943 
Schoenherr, Charley 1943 
Schrecongost, John 1945 
Schroy, Ken 1972. 73, 74 
Schuitz. Ferdinand 1945 
Schultz, John 1973, 74. 75 
Schwartz, Robert 1975 
Schwarz, Edward 1945, '46, '47, '48 
Schwarz, Kurt 1957. '58, '59 
Scioscia, Karney 1949. '50, '51 
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Scotti, Ben 1956, '57, '58 
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Scriber, Spencer 1980, '82 
Seder. Larry 1975, 76. 77 
Seibert. Vernon 1946. '47. '48. "49 



Selep. Tom 1954. '56 

Semler. Eddie 1920. '21. '22 
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Senior, Jethro 1980 
Settino, Joe 1931 
Seymour. Art 1970. 71, 72 
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'09. '10. '11. '12, '13 
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Shipley. Richard 1952. '53. '54 
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Skinner, W. W. 1892 
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Sniscak, Bernie 1946 
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Snyder, Robert 1933 
Sobel, Mark 1981 
Sochko, Mike 1975. 76. 77 
Solt, Ron 1981, '82 
Sonntag. Ralph 1967. '68, '69 
Soporowski. Raymond 1969, 

70. 71 
Sothoron, Norwood 1932, '34 
S peer. Talbot 1915 
Springer, Bruce 1965 
Stable. Sydney 1909 
Staia, Dom 1952 
Staifort. Carl 1933, '34. '35 
Stainaker. Wallv 1967. '68. '69 
Stanford, John 1975, 76, 77 
Stankus, Ray 1951, '52 
Stelf, Tom 1955. '56. '57 



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Steiner, led 1969, '70. '71 
Stem, George 1964. '65 
Stephens, ["odd 1981 
Steppie, Bill 1957. '58 
Stern, George 1963 
Stevens, Jimmy 1917 
Stevens. Myron 1925. '26 
Stewart. Larrj 1977. 78, '79 
Stickel, I mi 1965. "66, '67 
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Stuart. Adam 1946 
Stubbs, J. S. 1916, '17. '1H 
Stubljar, Mike 1967, '68. '69 
Stull, James 1967. '69 
Suchy, Hob 1955. '56 
Sukeena, Dick 1961 
Sullivan, Bob 1963. '64. '65 
Sullivan, Jerry 1917. 'IX, '19. '20 
Supplee, Bill 1923. '24. '25 
Surgent, Mike 1935. '36. '37 
Symons, Thomas 1898, "99 

Tamhurello, Frank 1954. '55 
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Targarona, Jack 1949, '50 
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Tauszky, Carroll 1907 

Tavlor. David 1981 

Taylor. Kevin 1982 

Ternev, Edward 1925. "26 

Terry." Richard 1943 

Teslovich, Michael 1943 

Thomas. Al 1968, '69. '70 

Thomas, Lewis (Knocky) 1925. 
76. '27 

Tice, John. 1979, '80, '81, '82 
lice. Mike 1978. '79. '80 

Tiesi. James 1970. '71 
Tine. Chuck 1965. '66. '67 
Toler. Dick 1945 
Tomasetti, Vince 1980. 81. '82 
Tonetti. Paul 1955. '56. '57 
Torain. Ernie 1965. '66. '68 
Trachy. John 1964. '65. '66 
Tra.x.G. P. 1910. '11 
Trexler. Charles 1951. '52 
Trimble. Steve 1978. 79. '80 
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Troll. Robert 1943, '44 
Troxell. Walter 1925 
Trust, Don 1960 
Tucker. Hubert 1942 
Tucker. Joe 1947. '48. '49 
Tucker, Robert 1970. 71. 72 
Tullai, Fred 1955 
Turner. Bill 1955. '56. '57 
Turner. J. M. 1901 
Turvn. Vic 1945. '46. '47. '48 
Tuschak. Richard 1943 
Tweedy. James 1970, 71, 72 
Tye. Scott 1982 

"U" 
Luam. James 1977, 78 
Ulam. Pat 1972. 73. 74 
Ulman. Bernie 1939. '40. '41 
Underwood, Eddie 1900 



"V" 
Vanderhout, Greg 1979. '80, 'XI 
Van Heusen, Billv 1965, '66, '67 
Van Horn, Marlin 1977. 78. 'so 
Van Reenan, Don I960 
Van Sickler, Can 1968, '69 
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Venezia, Harry 1980. '81. '82 
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Vereb. Ed 1953. '54. '55 
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Vince, Larry 1966, '68 
Vincent, Reginald 1940, '41. '42 
Vincent. Ruins 19.12 
Visaggio, Have 1972. 73. 74 
Vucin, Milan 1964. '65. '66 

"W" 

Wagenheim, Phil 1973, 74 
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Walker. Frank 1900 
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Watkins. Ben 1896 
Watkins. James 1970. 71 
Watson. Ken 1976. 77 
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Webster. Fletcher 1903 
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Wentworth. George 1903 
Werner. Hubert 1942. '47. '48 
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Wharton. Thomas 1893. '94 
Whelchel. David 1925 
White. Charles 1911 
White. Charles 1975. 76. 77 
White. Donald 1962 
White. F. M. 1908 
White. Floyd. 1970. 71 
White, Harry 1912 
White. Randv 1972. 73. 74 
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White. Wellstood 1904 
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Wikander. Gary 1961 
Wilkins. Joe 1979. '80. '81. 's2 
Williamowsky, William 1943 
Williams. Aw 1915. '16 



Williams. I I' 1910 I I. '12. '13 
Willis. Vic 1934. '35, "36 
Wilson, 1 en I'M 

Wilson I ik 19X1. '82 
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Wilson, Inn 1974. '75. 76 
Wingate, I Imei 1947. '48. '49. '50 
Wingfield, Wayne 1979. '80, '81, '82 

Win. law. I I 1903 

Wolfe, Percy 1943 

Wolfe, William 1935, '36. '37 

Wonderack, Arthur 1926. 77. 78 

W I w illiam 1930. '32 

Woods, Al 19^0. '31, '32 
Woodward. A. V 1910 
Wooters. William 1892. "93, '94 
Worthington, Arthur 1892 
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Wright, I odd 1979. 'XI 
Wyatt, Kervin 1976. 77. 78. 79 
Wyres, James 1970. 71 
Wysocki, Charlie 1978. 79. '80. '81 

"V" 
Yarnell, Dennis 1971 
Yeager. Charles (Buddy) 1933. 

"34. '35 
Yeates. Mike 1975. 76, 77 
York. Bob 1964. '65. '66 
Young. Walter 1921. 72. 73 
Younge, Joe 1972. 74. 75 



Zacharv. Pete 1973. 74. 75 
Zannoni. Steve 1972. 73. 74 
Zernhelt. John 1974. 76. 77 
Zetts. Michael 1943 
Zillman. Pat 1979. 80. '81 
Zulick, Charlie 1936 
Zulick. Earl 1925. 76. 77 




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Dr. John S. Toll 

President 

John S. Toll is a vital force for excellence in higher 
education in the State of Maryland and in the nation. 

In 1978, when he became the 22nd president of the 
University it was his hope that "with a determined effort 
from everyone concerned, the University of Maryland 
can, in about a decade, become one of the best state 
university systems in the nation." 

Now, on his fifth anniversary, a major national study 
has placed the University near that mark. The National 
Academy of Sciences evaluation of graduate education in 
the U.S. shows the departments of computer science, 
physics, math, art history, economics and electrical 
engineering among the top 10 public universities in 
scholarly quality of the faculty. Seven other programs 
ranked among the top 20. Of these the arts and 
humanities programs were also listed in the 10 most 
improved among public universities. 

Growing confidence in the quality of the University has 
brought five gifts of SI, 000, 000 or more from individuals 
and organizations since Dr. Toll became president. 
Membership in the Presidents Club (donors of $10,000 
and above) has quadrupled to 410, and the number of 
alumni and friends who contribute to the annual fund has 
grown from 5,000 to 20,000. 




Exceptional students, too, are recognizing the Univer- 
sity's strong academic position. In five years there has 
been a six-fold increase in the number of National Merit 
and National Achievement winners coming to Maryland; 
21 of the 38 1983 National Merit winners in Maryland are 
students here this fall. And, at a time when SAT scores of 
entering freshman were declining nationally, there has 
been a steady increase at Maryland. 

Dr. Toll received his undergraduate degree in physics 
from Yale where he graduated with highest honors. His 
advanced physics degrees were earned at Princeton. An 
avid jogger, camper and tennis player. Dr. Toll and his 
wife Deborah have two daughters. 




Dr. John Brooks Slaughter 



John Brooks Slaughter, the third Chancellor of the 
College Park Campus, is a distinguished scientist and a 
dedicated humanitarian as well as an able administrator. 
His research specialities are in the fields of electrical 
engineering and computer systems. His accomplishments 
in these fields have brought him high recognition. He is a 
Fellow in the Institute of Electrical and Electronic 
Engineers and the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science. He holds membership in the National 
Academy of Engineering, was selected U.C.L.A. Engi- 
neering Alumnus of the Year (1978), received the Dis- 
tinguished Service Award from the National Science 
Foundation ( 1979). and was recognized for Distinguished 
Service in Engineering by Kansas State University 
(1981). 

Since his undergraduate days Dr. Slaughter has been 



Chancellor 



active in humanitarian affairs. As chapter president of 
Zeta Sigma Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha 
Fraternity, Inc., (San Diego) from 1957 to 1959 he 
participated in cultural, social, and educational activities 
directed toward the enhancement of the black com- 
munity in San Diego. As president of the Board of 
Directors of the San Diego Urban League he was 
concerned with providing equal opportunities in educa- 
tion, employment, housing, and social services. 

Prior to assuming his responsibilities at the University 
of Maryland he served as Academic Vice President and 
Provost at Washington State University and as Director 
of the National Science Foundation. In his inauguration 
address to the College Park campus on May 3, 1983. he 
set the course for his administration: "I want to see this 
campus continue its vigorous pursuit of academic excel- 
lence while reaching out to a more diversified student 
body. 1 want the University of Maryland at College Park 
to set a national standard for excellence and equality. As 
we pursue these goals, we must also enhance our 
contributions to the State. Finally. 1 am committed to a 
university that is a community a community that takes 
pride in itsell and touches each person involved in the 
campus with pride." 



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Dr. Charles A. Taff 
Chairman. Athletic Council 

Dr. Charles A. Taff, Professor oi transportation, 
College of Business and Management is Chairman ot the 
Athletic Council. Dr. I all served as Chairman ol the 
Department of Business Administration from 1962 to 
1973. He is the author of numerous articles and of four 
books, two of which are in sixth editions 

I or I 5 years Dr. I alt was I ditor ol the Transportation 
Journal, a professional publication that is published 
quarterly and is currently a member of its Editorial 
Review Board. 

He served as a member of the Joint U.S. Canadian St. 
Lawrence Seaways Tolls Committee which recom- 
mended the fee structure for the Seaway. He has served as 
a transportation consultant to the President's Council of 
Economic Advisors under four Presidents. 

Dr. Taff has also served as President of the Atlantic 
Coast Conference. 

Francis A. Gray, Jr. (Maryland '43) 
Associate Athletic Director 

Frank Gray joined the athletic department as Admin- 
istrative Director in 1972. He is primarily responsible for 
the fiscal program of the department with an operating 
budget of approximately $5,000,000. 

A native of Maryland and 1943 graduate of the 
University with a degree in Agriculture and Farm 
Management, he began his professional career with the 
University as an Assistant County Agricultural Agent. 

He entered private industry in 1 955 but returned to the 
University in 1960 as Associate Dean of Student Life. 
During his 1 2 years prior to joining the Athletic Depart- 
ment he served two years as Acting Dean for Student Life 
and has served as Administrative Director for the 
Executive Dean for Student Life, the Vice President for 
Student Affairs and the Vice Chancellor for Student 
Affairs. 

Randy Hoffman (Maryland 74) 
Associate Athletic Director 

Randy Hoffman was named an Associate Director of 
Athletics this past summer alter serving as Assistant AD 
and Director of Sports Marketing. A 1974 graduate of 
the University he has worked with the golf program as 
assistant coach, head coach and Director of Golf Facil- 
ities. He assumed management of the Golf course in 1981 . 



He received a Bachelor's degree in Business Management- 
Marketing m 19X0 and is currentlj finishing his Master's 
program in Administration at Maryland. 

Randy came to Maryland from I ewisburg, Pennsyl 
vania where he captained the football, basketball and 
goll teams and was an All-Conference quarterback. He is 
a member ol the Terrapin Club and Alumni "M" Club. 

William "Spider" Fry (Maryland '51 ) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

"Spider" Fry moved into an administrative position in 
the athletic department in 1978 alter having devoted 15 
years to the athletes as Head Trainer. He now ser\es as 
Director of the Golf Facilities 

As a Maryland undergraduate he earned his letter in 
varsity soccer and a B.S. Degree in Physical Education. 
He was an assistant trainer at Maryland before taking 
over the Head Trainer duties at Dartmouth. 

He returned to Maryland, after five years at Dart- 
mouth, in March 1967. 

Gothard Lane (Randolph Macon '71) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

Gothard Lane assumed the duties of Assistant AD for 
Non-Revenue Sports in March of 1982. He also works 
with the football and basketball programs handling their 
scheduling. 

He joined the Maryland football staff in 1973 as a 
defensive backfield coach, a position he held for four 
years. From 1977 until his appointment as Assistant AD 
he held the position of Administrative Assistant to the 
Director of Atheltics and Director of Recruiting. 

As Assistant AD he has the administrative responsi- 
bility for all non-revenue sports, men and women. 

Robert T. Stumpff (Maryland '68) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

Bob Stumpff returned to the athletic department in 
July 1980 as Assistant Athletic Director for Business 
Affairs. He is responsible for the daily business opera- 
tions of the department, to include the Athletic Ticket 
Office, all physical facilities and all cash handling opera- 
tions. He also coordinates the game day operations of 
Byrd Stadium and Cole Field House. 

Bob initially came to the University as manager of the 
wrestling team. He received his degree in Transportation 








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Gothard Lane 



Administration in June 1968. Upon graduation he was 
named Administrative Assistant to the AD. From 
September 1969 through July 1980 he was the Associate 
Director of the Maryland Student Union. 

He has been a member of the Board of Governors of 
the M Club since 1970 and is presently a faculty advisor 
to the Sigma Circle of Omicron Delta Kappa. Bob is also 
a member of the College Athletic Business Managers 
Association and the College Park Board of Trade. 

Thomas M. Fields (Maryland '42) 
Executive Director Educational Foundation 

Tom Fields has served as Executive Director of the 
Maryland Educational Foundation since 1970 when he 
retired as a Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corp. 

For the past fiscal year the funds generated by the 
Educational Foundation totaled $1,400,000. The mem- 
bership of the Terrapin Club has expanded to 2, 1 57 with 
417 life members ($10,000 contribution), 58 Super 
Terrapins ($2,500 annual contribution), 537 Diamond- 
backers ($1,200 annual contribution) and 501 Gold 
members ($600 annual contribution). 

Over one half of all contributors did not attend the 
University of Maryland but all are strong supporters of 
Intercollegiate Athletics and its principals of competi- 
tion. 

The funds provided by the foundation have enabled 
the Terrapins to develop a Women's program that has 
also gained national recognition. All funds go to scholar- 
ships and the scholarship program for Women athletes is 
on a par with the program for men's non-revenue sports. 

Fields was a track star for the Terps as an under- 
graduate and helped lead the Terps to one of their finest 
days ever at the Penn Relays winning three Champion- 
ship of America relay races. During World War II he 
served in combat on Guadalcanal, Vella Lavella, Bougan- 
ville, and Iowa Jima. He also served in Korea and 
Vietnam and at the time of his retirement from the Corps 
he was the Deputy Director of Information, Head- 
quarters, Marine Corps. 

John W. Zane (Maryland '60) 
Assistant Athletic Director 

Jack Zane returned to Maryland in August of 1969 
after serving as the Sports Information Director for The 
George Washington University for six years. 



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He received his degree in Journalism from Maryland in 
February of 1960 after serving as a student assistant to 
Joe Blair for three years. He served as a full time assistant 
for two years after graduation. 

While at Maryland he was the first Executive Sports 
Editor of the Diamondback, SMC of Pi Kappa Alpha 
and a member of Sigma Delta Chi Journalism fraternity. 

He served six years as a member of the NCAA Public 
Relations Committee and is currently a member of the 
NCAA Public Relations Promotions Committee. He 
has been a member of CoSI DA for 23 years and serves as 
a vice president. 

He is a member of Football, Basketball, and Baseball 
Writers of America, the Maryland Chapter of Sigma 
Delta Chi, the Atlantic Coast Sportswnters and the 
Washington D.C. Touchdown Club as well as a Dia- 
mondback member of the Terrapin Club. 

A graduate of Southern High at Lothion, he is a native 
of Maryland and served four and a half years in the Navy 
before enrolling at Maryland. He is married to the former 
Judy Allen of Fayetteville. West Virginia and a graduate 
of The George Washington University. 



Patti Wessel Flynn (Maryland 77) 
Assistant Sports Information Director 

Patti Flynn joined the Sports Information staff in 1978 
after working with the Maryland Education Foundation 
in the areas of fund raising and promoting the Women's 
program. 

As an undergraduate she played for the Maryland 
basketball team and graduated cum laude with a B.S. in 
Marketing. 

Patti is primarily responsible for the 10 sport women's 
program but works with all 22 varsity sports. She has 
hosted several AIAW and NCAA Regional Tourna- 
ments and traveled with the men and women's basketball 
teams throughout the nation including several trips to 
California. She has worked the women's AIAW and 
NCAA Basketball finals. She is a member of the Football 
and Basketball Writers of America, the Atlantic Coast 
Sportswriters and CoSI DA. 

Patti came to Maryland from nearby Regina High with 
her home in Adelphi. She married Tim Flynn also a 
Maryland graduate. 






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Gabriel V. Romano (Maryland H2» 
Assistant Spurts Information Director 

Gabe Romano joined the Spoils Information Depart- 
ment in l l )^s .is .1 part-time student assistant and stayed 
on in become a lull time membei ol the stafl upon 
ui aduation, 

He is a membei ol CoSIDA and the \tlantic Coast 
Spm isw i itei s. I Ins past summer he ser\ ed as i he l'i ess 
Officer foi the International Lacrosse rournament in 
Baltimore. 

Gabe came to Maryland from nearbj Annandale, 
Virginia where he attended rhomas Jefferson llieh. He 
received Ins Bachelors Degree in Physical Education 
from Mar\ land m 1 ^ S 2 . 



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Robert "Bob" Ward Maryland's All - American lineman 
and four year letterman (1948- 1951) was inducted into 
the National Football Foundation College Hall of Fame 
in December 1980. 




Boomer 




Jack Scarbath Maryland's All-American Quarterback 
and runnerup for the Heisman Award 1952. will be 
inducted into the National Football Foundation College 
Hall of Fame on December 6. 1983. 



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1982 IN REVIEW 



When Bobby Ross assumed the duties as the Maryland 
football coach he promised the fans exciting football. We 
will make things happen both offensively and defensively 
he said. 

Exciting it has been for the Maryland players and fans. 
The Terps won eight of 1 1 games and lost the three by a 
total of 1 1 points. 

They opened the season dropping a 39-31 decision at 
Penn State and then lost to West Virginia 19-18 in 
Morgantown when the attempt at a two point conversion 
and the win failed. 

Ross and the Terrapins wound up playing for the 
Atlantic Coast Conference Championship on November 
13 and lost a 24-22 decision to Clemson. 

Maryland's wide tackle six defense once again ranked 
among the best in the nation holding opponents to only 
87 yards a game rushing and 293 yards a game total 
offense. The Maryland offense averaged 419 yards a 
game. 

The Terps made 41 changes in the Maryland record 
books and 33 of the records were established by the 
offense. 

PENN STATE (Sept. 11 Beaver Stadium, University 
Park, PA). There were 84,597 on hand to see the exciting 
opener won by Penn State 39-3 1 . It was the largest crowd 
to ever see a Maryland football team and the third largest 
in the history of Beaver Stadium. Bobby Ross, in his 
debut, saw his offense score more points than any 
Maryland team ever had against Penn State and more 
than they had scored in the last four years combined. 
Russell Davis had a school record 188 yards on pass 
receptions with a pair of touchdown receptions from 
Boomer Esiason of 50 and 60 yards. Penn State blocked a 
punt on the fourth play of the game and had a first and 
goal but had to settle for a field goal as the Maryland 
defense held on the one. The teams then swapped field 
goals before Penn State recovered a fumble on the 
Maryland 25 and took a 13-3 lead. 

Terps drove 80 yards to cut it to 13-10 but another 
Maryland fumble led to a score and a 20-10 halftimelead. 
Esiason hit Davis with a 50 yard toss after an interception 
by Lendell Jones stymied Penn State. Penn State drove 
to the Maryland one with a first and goal but again had to 
settle for a field goal and 23-17 lead. 

Maryland took a 24-23 lead on Esiason's 60 yard pass 
to Davis but Penn State came back to take a 36-24 lead. 
Willie Joyner's second touchdown of the game cut it to 
36-3 1 but the Terps fell short as their final drive ended on 




the Penn State 24 with an interception. Joyner was 
named the ACC offensive player of the week. 



MARYLAND 3 

PENN STATE 3 



7 14 7-31 
17 9 10 -39 



WEST VIRGINIA (Sept. 18, Mountaineer Field, 
Morgantown, W VA). The largest crowd to ever see a 
sporting event in the state saw a game that was ultimately 
decided by an errant conversion pass with 1 :39 left in the 
game. 

After the high scoring opener the Terps were in a 
defensive struggle that saw them leading 12-9 after three 
quarters. The Terps scored first on a safety, West Virginia 
took 3-2 and 6-2 leads before Boomer Esiason's pass to 
Russell Davis made it 9-6 at the half. West Virginia tied 
the score 9-9 and Jess Atkinson gave Maryland a 12-9 
lead with a 49 yard field goal. West Virginia went ahead 
19-12 with a touchdown and a field goal but Maryland 
drove 75 yards with Rick Badanjek, a freshman, scoring 
his first touchdown with 1:39 left in the game. Coach 
Bobby Ross immediately went for the two points and the 
win but the conversion pass failed. 

Running backs Willie Joyner and Dave D'Addio were 
both home recuperating from injuries and the Terps 
rushed for only 66 vards. 

MARYLAND 2 7 3 6—18 

WEST VIRGINIA 3 3 3 10 19 

NORTH CAROLINA STATE (Sept 25, Byrd Sta- 
dium). Bobby Ross made his Byrd Stadium debut as an 



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underdog to the N.C, st.iU' Wolfpack but picked up Ins 
lusi win .is the rerps look a 23-0 lead and won 23-6. 

Boomer I siason threw .1 touchdown pass to Russell 
|)a\is on the lust plaj ol the second quartet and three 
plays latei Howard 1 u banks intercepted a pass and his 19 
yard return gave Maryland the ball on the seven. 
Freshman Rick Badanjak carried three straight plays 

scoring on tlmcl and one. 

Badanjak then recovered a fumble on the ensuing 

kickofl and Jess Atkinson kicked the first ol three held 
goals lor a 17-0 lead. I he lerps had scored 17 points in 
pist 3:38 ol the period. Atkinson added a 45 yard field 
goal on the final play oi the first half. 

Willie Joyner returned to the lineup and rushed for 1 1 1 
yards after missing the West Virginia game and Dave 
D'Addio played for the first time after missing both road 
games. 

Maryland drove 95 yards to the State one to open the 
fourth quarter but stalled and Atkinson kicked his third 
field goal of the game for a 23-0 lead. 

State came into the game with a 3-0 record while 
Maryland was 0-2. The Terps held State to zero yards 
rushing and Mark Duda was named the ACC defensive 
player of the week. 

N.C. STATE 6 6 

MARYLAND 20 3-23 

SYRACUSE (Oct. 2, Carrier Dome, Syracuse. NY). 
After only one home game the Terps went back on the 
road and Coach Bobby Ross evened his record at 2-2 with 
a 26-3 win at Syracuse. 

For the second consecutive week the Terps led 20-0 at 
the half. Jess Atkinson hit four field goals and Dave 
D'Addio and John Nash scored touchdowns. 

Boomer Esiason threw a 43 yard scoring pass to Nash 
as the Terps passed for 214 yards and rushed for 205. 

The Maryland defense held Syracuse to 23 yards 
rushing as Mike Con ino was named the ACC defensive 
lineman of the week. 

Syracuse crossed midfield once in each half. They 
reached the Maryland 32 in the first half but Corvino 
came up with the ball on a sack and recovered fumble. In 
the third quarter Syracuse drove 66 yards to the 27 but 
had to settle for a 44 yard field goal. In the fourth quarter 
they took over on the Maryland 45 but J. D. Gross 
intercepted on first down from the 30 for the Terps. 



MARYLAND 3 17 



SYRACUSE 







3 3-26 
3 0—3 



INDIANA STATE (Oct. 9. Byrd Stadium). Ierps 
scored on first two possessions with drives of 83 and 52 
yards and led 35-0 at the half. The lerps added a held 
goal in the third quarter for the final 38-0 score. The 
defense gave up only 125 net yards in the game and 
Boomer Esiason was named the ACC offensive player of 
the week as he hit I 3 of 14 first half passes for 203 yards 
and a pair of touchdowns. 

Terps had 490 yards total offense as Coach Ross had I 2 
different runners carrying the ball and 1 2 catching passes 
The Terps used five fullbacks, five running backs, three 
quarterbacks and three offensive lines in the game. 

Darryl Emerson scored on a 38 yard pass. Rick 
Badanjek on a 34 yard run. Willie Joyner on a 1 5 yard run 
and Greg Hill on an eight yard pass. 

INDIANA STATE 

MARYLAND 14 21 3 0-38 

WAKE FOREST (Oct. 16. Byrd Stadium). Jess Atkin- 
son kicked a 50 yard field goal to open the scoring in the 
first quarter and the Terps added three second quarter 
touchdowns for a 24-7 lead, enroute to the 52-3 I win. 

As expected it became an offensive battle as there were 
95 passes thrown in the game and 983 yards total offense. 
Maryland had 537 yards with 345 on the ground and 
Wake Forest 446 with 363 passing. 

John Nash scored on runs of 12 and 67 yards in the 
second quarter and a five yard run in the fourth quarter. 
Esiason threw touchdown passes of 22 and 28 yards to 
Greg Hill, and 24 yards to Mike Lewis. 

Freshman Mike Ramseur scored four touchdou ns for 
the Deacons with his third cutting the lead to 31-24. 
Maryland then scored three times to take a 52-24 lead 
with over 10 minutes remaining in the game. 

Nash rushed for 152 yards on only 13 carries as the 
Terps were scoring the most points since 1975. Offensive 
guard Ron Solt was named the ACC offensive lineman of 
the week for his blocking in the game. 

WAKE FOREST 10 14 7 — 31 

MARYLAND 3 21 14 14-52 

DUKE (Oct. 23. Byrd Stadium). The Terps were playing 
their third consecutive home game and gave Coach 
Bobby Ross a perfect Stadium record with the 49-22 win 
over Duke. 

The Terps led 29-0 with only 11:14 gone in the game as 
Boomer Esiason threw touchdown passes of 15 and 20 
yards to Greg Hill. 1 2 yards to John Tice and ran for a 
score. 



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Jess Atkinson kicked a pair of field goals and John 
Nash and Rick Badanjek ran for touchdowns as the 
Terps improved their record to 5-2 with five consecutive 
wins. 

John Tice was named the ACC offensive lineman of 
the week, catching four passes, scoring one touchdown 
and blocking well on the corners. 

Lendell Jones, with a school record four inteceptions, 
was named the league's defensive back of the week. Jones 
intercepted Ben Bennett three times. 

Tim Quander returned the opening kickoff 74 yards to 
the Duke 21 and Esiason passed for the score three plays 
later. After Duke ran three plays and punted the Terps 
drove 74 yards for a score. The snap from center was high 
and Esiasonjumped up to catch it and then threw to John 
Tice for two points. Three plays later Jones intercepted a 
pass and returned it to the 12. Esiason ran it in for the 
touchdown and one play later Jones again intercepted 
Bennett on the Duke 44. 



D'Addio scored on the next play for the Terps to tie the 
score 17-17. 

UNC went ahead 24-17 on the second play of the 
fourth quarter after a 75 yard drive. 

Maryland again tied the score 24-24 on Joyner's 49 
yard run with 13:11 remaining in the game. 

UNC then drove to the Maryland 35 where the Terps 
held and took over on the seven following the punt. On 
third and one Joyner went 84 yards for a touchdown and 
3 1-24 lead. The Terps again held and took over on their 
own 24 with 5:43 remaining and ran out the clock picking 
up four first downs including one on a third and 1 2 with a 
14 yard pass to John Tice. 

Joyner and Tackle Dave Pacella were the ACC's 
offensive players of the week. 

MARYLAND 10 7 14-31 

NORTH CAROLINA 7 7 3 7 — 24 



It was the first time since 1954 that the Terps had 
recorded over 100 points in back-to-back games. With 52 
against Wake Forest and 49 against Duke the Terps had 
101 points in the two games. In 1954 Maryland beat 
George Washington 48-6 and Missouri 74-13 in the final 
two games of the season. 

DUKE 6 8 8— 22 

MARYLAND 29 3 14 3-49 

NORTH CAROLINA (Oct. 30, Kenan Stadium. 
Chapel Hill, NC). The Terps took a five game winning 
streak to Chapel Hill to meet the nationally ranked Tar 
Heels and the nation's top defensive team. It was a 
regionally televised game (CBS) with over 33 percent of 
the nation included in the audience. 

The Tar Heels had limited opponents to only 43 yards a 
game rushing but Willie Joyner chipped in with scoring 
runs of 49 and 84 yards and a 55 yard run setting up a 
score. Joyner rushed for a school record 240 yards on 16 
carries with 212 yards in the second half. 

The Terps finished with 320 yards rushing in the game 
and 486 yards total offense for the day. 

North Carolina led 7-0 after the first quarter but 
Maryland went ahead 10-7 on a 20 yard touchdown pass 
from Boomer Esiason to Russell Davis and a Jess 
Atkinson field goal. UNC led 14-10 at the half and took a 
17-10 third quarter lead on a field goal after an Esiason 
pass was intercepted on the six and returned 57 yards to 
the 37 where John Tice caught the Tar Heel back from 
behind. 

Joyner's 55 yard run carried to the 18 and Dave 



MIAMI (Nov. 6, Byrd Stadium). Terps ran winning 
streak to seven and 5-0 in Byrd Stadium with 18-17 win 
over Miami, one of the five nationally ranked opponents 
on the schedule. 

The Terps led only twice in the game, at 7-6 and the 
final 18-17 score. Freshman Rick Badanjek scored both 
Maryland touchdowns and Jess Atkinson kicked the 
winning 38 yard field goal with 2:14 left in the game. The 
Terps then had to play tough defense as the ensuing 
kickoff bounced off a Miami lineman and was recovered 
by Miami on their 49. Miami drove to the 23 but then 
missed a 40 yard field goal with 12 seconds remaining. 

The Terps had set up the winning opportunity when 
Coach Bobby Ross elected to go for two points following 
the four yard touchdown run by Badanjek with 7:50 
remaining. Esiason hit Mike Lewis with the two point 
pass making the score 17-15 Miami. 

Bill McFadden was the ACC defensive back of the 
week as he had one interception and led the defensive 
secondary from his safety slot. 

MIAMI 6 8 3 17 

MARYLAND 7 11-18 

CLEMSON (Nov. 13, Byrd Stadium). Maryland and 
Clemson met for the ACC Championship in Byrd 
Stadium with a standing room crowd of 5 1 .750 on hand 
and a CBS Regional Television audience. 

Clemson won the 24-22 thriller as the Terps fell behind 
21-7 after three quarters and trailed 24-7 with 14:37 left in 
the game. 



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The I'crps drove 79 yards in six plays with Boomer 
Esiason hitting Greg Mill tor a 37 yard touehdown and 
then throwing to Rick Badanjek for the two point 
conversion. The Ierps then trailed 24-15. After holding 
C'lcmson to five plays and 17 yards on the next series the 
Terps drove 71 yards in live plays and when Jess 
Atkinson kicked the extra point trailed only 22-24. 

The Terps held again and had possession on the 
Clemson 21 after a four yard punt. However, the Terps 
were thwarted by a holding penalty and then a fumble 
after a pass reception on second down from the 30. 

Turnovers hurt the Ierps in the second half as they had 
a pass intercepted while on the Clemson 12, fumbled on 
the Clemson 49. fumbled on the Maryland 40, and 
fumbled on the Clemson 24. 

John Tice set a school record in the game with 1 1 pass 
receptions and Esiason completed a school record 24 
passes for 277 yards. 

CLEMSON 7 7 7 3 — 24 

MARYLAND 7 15-22 

VIRGINIA (Nov. 20, Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, 
VA). Terps received and accepted bid to the Aloha Bowl 
following the 45-14 win over Virginia. 

Bobby Ross finished his first season at Maryland with 
a fine 8-3 record and a bowl team. 

The Terps led 31-0 at the half and 38-0 in the third 
quarter. Willie Joyner rushed for 1 70 yards and a pair of 
touchdowns as he became only the third Maryland player 
to top 1.000 yards rushing in a season. Joyner finished 
with 1.039. 

Esiason threw touchdown passes to three different 
receivers. Dave D'Addio scored twice with a run of 28 
yards and a six yard pass reception. 

Maryland recorded 556 yards total offense and inter- 
cepted four Cavalier passes on defense. 

MARYLAND 21 10 7 7-45 

VIRGINIA 7 7 — 14 

FIRST ANNUAL ALOHA BOWL. Honolulu. Hawaii, 
Aloha Stadium. 

HONOLULU. (Dec. 25. Aloha Stadium). Washington 
threw 56 passes against the Terps. the last a 1 1 yard 
scoring toss with six seconds remaining, to defeat Mary- 
land 21-20. 

Five touchdowns in the game came on pass plays with 
Tim Cowan hitting Anthony Allen with three (27,71,1 1) 
and Boomer Esiason hitting John Tice wit ha 36 yard toss 
and Dave D'Addio from 19 vards. John Nash scored 



from two yards out to give Maryland a 18-14 lead with 
10:44 remaining in the game. Esiason's two point con- 
version pass to Tice put the Terps up 20-14. 

Esiason completed 19 of 32 passes for 251 yards and a 
pair of touchdowns. He hit Tice with six passes, Dave 
D'Addio with four and John Nash with three. 

The Terps failed on a 32 yard field goal attempt with 
3:39 to go in the game and Washington then drove 80 
yards in 16 plays for the winning score. The Huskies 
converted three fourth down plays in the drive. 

WASHINGTON 7 7 7-21 

MARYLAND 6 6 8-20 



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JACOBS' BLOCKING TROPHY: ACC coaches se- 
lected Maryland's Dave Pacella as the winner of the 
Jacobs' Blocking Trophy last fall with John Tice of the 
Terps the runnerup. Previous winners for the Terps were 
Bob Pellegini in 1955 and Ralph Sonntag in 1969. 



NATIONAL STATISTICS: The Terps ranked third in 
the nation in Rushing Defense (87.2) last fall and 1 7th in 
Total Defense (293.5). On offense the Terps were the 
nation's eighth highest scoring team (32.1), and ranked 
15th in Total Offense (418.9). In addition Boomer 
Esiason ranked 13th in Passing Efficiency and 22nd in 
Total Offense. Jess Atkinson ranked 12th in Field Goals 
and 19th in Scoring with Willie Joyner 14th in Rushing. 
Lendell Jones was 5th in pass interceptions with only 
three players picking off more than the seven inter- 
ceptions he recorded. 



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1982 

Md. 31 Penn State 

18 West Virginia 

23 N.C. State 

26 Syracuse 

38 Indiana State 

52 Wake Forest 

49 Duke 

31 North Carolina 

18 Miami 

22 Clemson 



45 V 



lrginia 



20 Washington 



RESULTS 

39 Beaver Stadium (84,597) 

19 Mountaineer Field (56,042) 

6 Byrd Stadium (34,300) 

3 Carrier Dome (30.214) 

Byrd Stadium (31,500) 

31 Byrd Stadium (35,100) 

22 Byrd Stadium (40,100) 

24 Kenan Stadium (51,319) 

17 Byrd Stadium (43,200) 

24 Byrd Stadium (51,750) 

14 Scott Stadium (20,002) 

21 Aloha Stadium (30,055) 



TERP RANKING: Bobby Ross' Terps ranked 20th in 
the Associated Press and UPI polls after the 2 1-20 loss to 
Washington in the Aloha Bowl with Washington 
finishing seventh in both polls. USA Today ranked the 
Terps 18th. 



FOOTBALL CLINIC: There were 288 coaches in 
attendance at the Maryland football clinic this past 
spring. They represented nine states and the District of 
Columbia with 1 26 from Maryland, 84 from Virginia and 
23 from D.C. Pennsylvania had 19 with New Jersey 14 
and New York 1 1. Six coaches were from West Virginia 
with North Carolina, Delaware and Ohio also repre- 
sented. There were 1 39 high schools in addition to Junior 
Colleges and CYO Clubs represented. 



TERP NOTES 



TOP RANKED OPPONENTS: Five of the 1983 Terp 
opponents were in Bowl games last year and a sixth, 
Clemson, was ineligible for a bowl but ranked eighth in 
the nation. Those in Bowl games were Auburn (Tan- 
gerine), Pittsburgh (Cotton), North Carolina (Sun), 
Vanderbilt (Hall of Fame) and West Virginia (Gator). 



MARYLAND FOOTBALL ATTENDANCE: Home 
attendance in 1 982 was up 8,225 per game despite the fact 
the Terps were 0-2 before they played a home game. The 
235.950 in Byrd Stadium was the second highest home 
attendance in Maryland football history as 254,156 saw 
the 1976 undefeated team. When the Terps drew 508,179 
for the 1 2 game schedule it was only the second time the 
attendance topped the half-million mark. The 1975 team 
drew 535,637 for 12 games. 



TOUGH SCHEDULES: The Maryland schedule was 
ranked the sixth toughest in the nation last fall. Five of 
the opponents wound up in the top 20 in the nation with 
Penn State the National Champion. The others were 
Washington (7), Clemson (8), North Carolina and West 
Virginia. On the '83 schedule Penn State has been 
replaced by Pittsburgh with Auburn and Vanderbilt 
replacing Indiana State and Miami. All three newcomers 
were bowl teams and had a combined record of 26-10. 



INAUGURAL BOWL GAMES: When the Terps met 
Washington in the Aloha Bowl it was the second 
Inaugural Bowl game for the Terps. Maryland met 
Minnesota in the initial Hall of Fame Bowl in 1977 
winning 17-7. The Terps dropped a 20-21 decision to 
Washington on a touchdown pass with six seconds left in 
the game. 



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TOP MARYLAND FOOTBALI CROWDS I he 

largest crouds to sec a Maryland Football team play were 
both against National Champions. Maryland lost at 
Penn State 39-3 1 last fall and defeated I ennessee28-l3 in 
the 1952 Sugai Howl 

84.597 Penn State on Sept. II. 14X2 

82.271 ["ennessee, on Jan. 2. 1952 (Sugar Bowl) 

78,091 Penn State on Nov. 4. 1978 

76,561 Oklahoma on Jan. I. 1956 (Orange Howl) 

74. 161 I ennessee on Sept. 13, 1975 

73.376 U.C.L.A. on Oct. I. 1954 

68,640 Oklahoma on Jan I. 1954 (Orange Bowl) 

04. 012 Florida on No. 29. 1975 (Gator Howl) 

64,000 Clemson on No. 14. 1981 

62.079 Penn State on Sept. 24. 1977 

60.125 Penn State on Nov. 2. 1974 

58,973 Penn State on Nov. I. 1974 in Byrd Stad. 

58.171 Penn State on No. 4. 1972 



TOP BYRD STADIUM CROWDS: Penn State has 
been the terrapins' opponent for three of the top ten 
crowds in Bvrd Stadium. 



58.973 Penn State on Nov. I. 1975 
54.412 Alabama on Sept. 14. 1974 
52.348 Penn State on Oct. 6. 1979 
51.750 Clemson on Nov. 13. 1982 
51.376 Clemson on Nov. 18. 1978 
49.647 - N.C. State on Oct. 26. 1974 
48.123 Penn State on Oct. II. 1980 
46.321 Wake Forest on Oct. 16, 1976 
46.000 — U.C.L.A. on Sept. 23, 1955 
45.319 - N.C. State on Oct. 7, 1978 
45.315 Cincinnati on Nov. 6. 1976 




KICK SCORING When Jess Atkinson joined the 1981 

loot ball team as a walk-on placekicker he was following 

some outstanding kickcis. Atkinson had not kicked in 
high school and was a soccei player. He did not make the 
Maryland soccer team in his lirst year in school. He came 
out for football in the spring ol 1981 and led the team in 
scoring with 60 points. He added 87 points last tall, the 
most ever by a Maryland kicker. Steve Mike-Mayer the 
previous kicking leadei also had not kicked in high 
school. 



TERP KICKING SCORING LEADERS 

87 Jess Atkinson. 1982 Soccer Style 

79 Steve Mike-Maver, 1974 — Soccer Style 

73 Ed I.oncar. 1978 Soccer Style 

70 Dale Castro. 1979 Soccer Style 

69 Steve Mike-Mayer. 1973 Soccer Style 

67 Mike Sochko. 1975 Conventional 

60 Jess Atkinson. 1981 Soccer Style 

55 Kambi/ Behbaham. 1971 Soccer Style 

55 Dale Castro. 1980 Soccer Style 



A. V. WILLIAMS AWARD 

1955 Ronnie Waller (Football) 

1956 Lynn Beightol (Football) 

1956 — Jack Davis (Football) 

1957 Howard B. Dare, Jr. (Football) 

1958 — Robert Rusevlyan (Football) 

1959 Allen J. Bunge ( Basketball) 

1960 Dale Betty (Football) 

1961 — Donald Brown (Baseball) 

1962 - Clayton Beardmore (Lacrosse) 

1963 Samuel G. Bossert (Wrestling) 

1964 Robert J. Kopnisky (Wrestling) 

1965 Donald Dunphy (Swimming) 

1966 Frank Costello (Track) 

1967 Robert C. Karch (Wrestling) 

1968 Roland E. Merritt (Track) 

1969 David C. Reiss (Track) 

1970 John Baker (Track) 

1971 James F. Norris (Baseball) 

1972 Vince I. Struble (Track) 

1973 — Albert A. Neville (Football) 

1974 Tyrone Neal (Wrestling) 

1975 — Lerov D. Hughes (Football) 

1976 — Robert W. Raba (Football) 

1976 Eugene F. Ochap (Football) 

1977 Bradley S. Carr (Football) 
1978- Dean Richards (Football) 

1979 - James K. Shaffer (Football) 

1980 - Eric S. Sievers (Football) 

1981 — Brian J. Riendeau (Football) 

1982 — David Pacella (Football) 



FORMER STARS: The list of four year lettermen 
prior to the 1972 change includes some of the top names 
in Marvland football. There were 34 with the last End 



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Jim Parsons in 1955. All-American and Hall of Famer 
Bob Ward '5 1 , tops the list along with such stars as Tackle 
Ray Krouse '50. Quarterback VicTuryn '48. End Elmer 
Wingate '50. Running Back Harry Bonk '48 and Center 
Jake Rowden '50. The list also includes Lynn Beighton 
'55, Fred Davis '49, Chester Gierula '50, John Idzik '50, 
Ed Kensler '5 1 , Eugene Kinney '48, Jake Rowden '50, and 
Vernon Siebert '49. 



FOUR YEAR LETTERMEN: Since the new fresh- 
man eligibility rule went into effect in 1 972 the Terps have 
had 30 men earn four varsity letters. Ten were on the 1982 
squad. They are as follows: 



Steve Atkins, TB 78 
Kevin Benson, LB 75 
Gurnest Brown, DT '82 
Lloyd Burruss, DB '80 
Bruce Byrom, C '80 
Joe Campbell, DT 76 
Brad Carr, LB 77 
Mike Corvino, DG '82 
Mark Duda, DT '82 
Howard Eubanks, LB '82 
Ralph Fisher, DT 76 
Ed Fulton, OG 76 
Ed Gall, DT '80 
Leroy Hughes, LB 75 
Frank Kolenick, DG '82 
Ralph Lary, DB '80 



Mike Lewis, WR '82 
Mark Manges, QB 77 
David Pacella, OT '82 
Bob Raba, TE 76 
Dean Richards, WR 78 
Ken Roy. DB 76 
Ernie Salley, DG 77 
Jimmy Shaffer, LB 79 
Eric Sievers, TE '80 
John Tice, TE '82 
Joe Wilkins, LB '82 
Wavne Wingfield. DB '82 
Kervin Wyatt, OG 79 
Charlie Wysocki, TB '81 



PITTSBURGH SERIES CONTINUES: Terps lost a 
38-9 decision to the Panthers in Pittsburgh in 1980. Pitt 
visits Byrd Stadium on September 24 and Maryland will 



return the visit on September 6, 1986. The two teams 
meet in 1 988 and 1 989 and Pitt then becomes a regular on 
the Maryland schedule in 1991. 



PEN'N STATE SERIES RESUMES: Although Mary- 
land and Penn State do not meet this fall they have met in 
21 of the last 23 years. Penn State returns to the schedule 
in 1984 and is scheduled at least through the next 10 
years. 



WEST VIRGINIA SERIES: This is the third consec- 
utive year the Terps and Mountaineers have met and the 
game is a regular on the future Terp schedules. 



SPRING PRACTICE AWARDS: The "Tough Terp" 
award voted on by the team for the "most aggressive" 
player went to Fullback and Co-Captain Dave D'Addio. 
Defensive Lineman Pete Koch and Fullback Dave 
D'Addio were voted the Co-Captains for the 1 983 season. 
The Maryland Way awards for the "most improved" 
voted on by the coaching staff went to Offensive Guard 
Ron Solt and Defensive Guard Tyrone Furman. The 
Maryland Way awards in 1982 went to two members of 
the current squad who followed with excellent years. 
They were Running Back Willie Joyner and Outside 
Linebacker J. D. Gross. 



ADVANCED DEGREES: Eight of the nine assistant coaches 
on the Maryland staff have earned advanced degrees 
since their playing days in college. They are as follows 
with undergraduate school listed first. 

Jim Cavanaugh (William & Mary-N. C. State) 
George Foussekis (Virginia Tech-Bowie State) 
Ralph Friedgen (Maryland-Maryland) 
Joe Krivak (Syracuse-Syracuse) 
Jeff Mann (William & Mary-Towson State) 
Denny Murphy (Notre Dame-Notre Dame) 
Dick Portee (Eastern Illinois-Illinois State) 
Gib Romaine(East Stroudsburg-Kansas State) 



EARNING FOUR LETTERS is quite an accomplish- 
ment with the size of the football squads today. However 
the record of Burt Shipley will never be matched. Shipley 
earned six football letters at Maryland 1908-13 and six 
others earned five letters in the 1900's. They are: 

SIX LETTERS 

H. Burton Shipley (1908-13) 

FIVE LETTERS 

Caleb Bailev ( 1918-22) 
Cecil Branner( 1919-23) 
John Groves (1919-23) 
Ken Knode (191 1-15) 
Andy Nesbit (1918-22) 
Walter Posey (1913-17) 



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ALL-STAR GAMES right End John I ice played in 
both the East-Wesl Shrine and the Senioi Howl game 
following the Aloha Howl. Defensive I ackle Mark I hula 
also played in the East-West Shrine game and Offensive 
I aekle Dave Pacella had his second trip to Hawaii as he 
returned for the Hula Howl game. 



I VSTELEVEN YEARS IN BYRD: I he lerpshavea 
48-13-1 record in Byrd Stadium for the last I I years. ()l 
the I 3 losses, tour have been to Penn State, three each to 
West Virginia and North Carolina and one to Alabama. 
The tie was with Syracuse. 



EARLY II I I A ISION FOR TERPS: According to 
Dick I.amb. Historian of the Football Writers Associa- 
tion "The first regularly scheduled college football game 
to be televised was the Penn-Marvland game of October 
5. 1940. 



WIDE TACKLE SIX AGAINST RUSH IN At C: 

When Maryland led the ACC in rushing defense last fall 
allowing only 87.2 yards a game it was the ninth time in 
the 1 1 years the Terps have utilized the wide tackle six 
they have led the league. The 1 98 1 team gave up only 83.9 
yards a game. 






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ACC GAMES ONI Y: Clemson became the first team 
to win 100 Atlantic Coast Conference games in 1980. 



WON 



I os I 



Mill 



Clemson 


112 


58 


4 


Maryland 


108 


65 


3 


North Carolina 


105 


80 


3 


North Carolina State 


96 


75 


7 


Duke 


93 


73 


7 


Wake Forest 


55 


128 


5 


Virginia 


35 


124 


1 




ACC GAMES ONLY LAST TEN YEARS: Terps 
hold a ten game edge over Clemson in the last ten years. 



WON 



LOST 



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Maryland 


48 


10 





Clemson 


38 


18 


2 


North Carolina 


35 


22 


2 


North Carolina State 


35 


22 


1 


Duke 


19 


36 


4 


Wake Forest 


14 


46 


1 


Virginia 


11 


47 






ACC 30 YEAR RECORD ALL GAMES: Clemson 
with 12 wins in 1981 took over the ACC leadership in 
wins since the formation of the league. Maryland had the 
edge until the Tigers picked up eight wins on the Terps in 
1981. 





WON 


LOST 


TIED 


Clemson 


177 


127 


9 


Maryland 


170 


139 


5 


North Carolina 


170 


141 


5 


North Carolina State 


154 


150 


II 


Duke 


153 


146 


14 


Wake Forest 


94 


211 


8 


Virginia 


89 


210 


3 



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DAVEY O'BRIEN NATIONAL QUARTERBACK 
AWARD: Boomer Esiason was one of the 12 finalists 
for the 1982 Davey O'Brien Award won by Penn State's 
Todd Blackledge with John Elway of Stanford the 
runner-up. Pittsburgh's Dan Marino was third. The 
other finalists, along with Esiason were Lance Mclllhen- 
ney (SMU), Tony Eason( Illinois), Tom Ramsey (UCLA), 
Reggie Collier (S. Miss.), Doug Flutie (Boston College), 
Alan Risher (LSU), Wayne Peace (Florida) Todd Dillon 
(Long Beach State). 



STATE HIGH SCHOOL CHAMPIONSHIPS: The 

Maryland High School Championships were played in 
Byrd Stadium last fall and will return on Thanksgiving 
weekend in 1983. Oxon Hill defeated Winston Churchill 
8-7 for the "AA" title with Gov. Thomas Johnson 
topping Northwood 14-0 for the Class "A" title. J. M. 
Bennett was a 13-7 winner in overtime against Oakland 
Mills for the" B" title with Snow Hill a 28-18 winner over 
Mt. Hebron in Class "C". 



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OPPONENTS 


RUSHING 


AGAINST 


terp: 


1982 










CARRIES 


YARDS 


TI 


Penn State 


49 


159 





West Virginia 


25 


46 





N. C. State 


22 





1 


Syracuse 


28 


23 





Indiana State 


36 


66 





Wake Forest 


24 


83 


4 


Duke 


32 


85 


2 


North Carolina 


55 


179 





Miami 


44 


84 


1 


Clemson 


54 


164 


3 


Virginia 


27 


70 


1 


Washington 


27 


63 






MUTUAL RADIO will broadcast the Maryland-Pitts- 
burgh game in addition to the regular Maryland and 
Pittsburgh networks. 

NCAA FOOTBALL TELECASTS: Excluding Georgia 
Tech the newest member of the ACC, Maryland and 
North Carolina have appeared on regular season 
network telecasts the most of the league schools. The Tar 
Heels have made 30 appearances (three national) includ- 
ing three in 1982. The Terps have 20 appearances (five 
national) with two in 1982. Duke has been on 19 times 
with North Carolina State 18 and Clemson 17. 

NIGHT GAME: The Maryland-West Virginia game 
on September 17 will be the first night game played in 
Byrd Stadium which opened in 1950. The last night 
football game played in College Park saw the Terps 
defeat Georgetown 33-7 in the old 18,000 seat Byrd 
Stadium that was located on the East side of U.S. 1. It 
was on September 30, 1949 8:15 P.M. in the second game 
of the season. The Maryland-West Virginia will be a 
National Cable Telecast by TBS of Atlanta. TBS telecast 
two ACC games last fall with Virginia playing Clemson 
and the Cavaliers against Virginia Tech. 

SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARDS DINNER: The 
Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation 
and Hall of Fame honored five Terrapins. Included were 
players Mike Muller, a senior linebacker and two high 
school players who will join the Terps this fall. Dave 
Amend a lineman from Archbishop Curley High and 
Azizuddin Ra'oof a wide receiver from Northeast High 
were the high school players. Bobby Ross was honored 
for his first year at Maryland along with Jack Scarbath 
1951 Terp Quarterback who will be inducted into the 
Hall of Fame in December. Muller was the fifth Maryland 
player to receive the collegiate award following Bob 
Smith (1975), Jonathan Claiborne (1978), Joe Muffler 
(1979) and Jim Shaffer (1980). 



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PHYSICAL TESTING RESULTS: Fullback Dave 
D'Addioand Running Back Willie Joyner were graded as 
the best all-around athletes on the team this past spring. 
Offensive Guard Ron Solt graded highest among the 
linemen. Al Covington was the fastest for the 40 and 
Russell Davis ran the fastest mile and a half for the 
second consecutive year. 

ACC STATISTICAL LEADERS: The Terps have 
won a number of individual titles since the formation of 
the ACC. including three each by Quarterbacks Dick 
Shiner and Bob Avellini and a pair of rushing titles by 
Charlie Wysocki. I he Terps have also won 10 kick 
scoring titles. 





SCORING 














TD'< 


; POINTS 


1953 


Bernie Falony 






9 




54 


1954 


Dick Bielski 






9 




54 


1955 


Ed Vereb 






16 




96 


1973 


Louis Carter 






14 




84 




KICK SCORING 














XP 




FG 


POINTS 


1953 


Ralph Felton 




17 




— 


17 


1959 


Vincent Scott 




13 




3 


22 


1961 


John Hannigan 


17 




5 


32 


1964 


Bernardo Bramson 


17 




9 


44 


1965 


Bernardo Bramson 


15 




7 


36 


1973 


Steve Mike-M, 


aver 


}?, 




12 


69 


1974 


Steve Mike-M, 


aver 


34 




15 


79 


1975 


Mike Sochko 




31 




12 


67 


1979 


Dale Castro 




19 




17 


70 


1981 


Jess Atkinson 




24 




12 


60 


INTERCEPTIONS 


NO 


YARDS 


; lg 




Jones 




7 


48 




15 




McFadden 


3 


59 




27 




Eubanks 


2 


38 




19 




Hoffman 


2 












Baldwin 


2 












Gundi 


;rman 


1 


22 




22 




Wilkins 


1 


7 




7 




Gross 




1 


5 




5 




DePaul 


1 


2 




2 




MD TOTALS 


20 


181 




27 




OPPONENTS 


1 1 


91 




27 





LOP RUSHING GAMES BY CURREN1 TERPS: 

240 by Willie Joyner vs North Carolina 1982 (16) 
170 by Willie Joyner vs Virginia. 1982(25) 
III by Willie Joyner vs N. C. State. 1982 (26) 
96 by Willie Joyner vs West Virginia, 1981 (30) 
95 by Willie Joyner vs Miami. 1982 (20) 

rOP GAMES RECEPTIONS BY ILRI'S 

I AS I I WO VI ARS 
II by John Tice vs Clemson, 19X2(113) 
8 — by John Nash vs Tulane. 1981 (96) 
7 by Russell Davis vs Penn State. 1982 (188) 
6 by Joe Brkovich vs Wake Forest, 1981 (83) 
6 by Russell Davis vs North Carolina, 19X1 (73) 
5 — by Dave D'Addio vs Virginia, 1982 (75) 
5 by Mike Lewis vs West Virginia. 1981 (56) 
5 by Mike Lewis vs Virginia, 1982 (55) 
5 — by Russell Davis vs West Virginia, 1982 (50) 
5 — by John Lice vs Vanderbilt, 1981 (49) 
5 — by Joe Brkovich vs Clemson, 1981 (37) 
5 — by John Nash vs Penn State, 1981 (32) 
TOP GAMES RUSHING BY TERP OPPONFMS 

1982 
130 by Kelvin Bryant, North Carolina (34) 
104 by Michael Ramseur, Wake Forest (20) 

73 — by Jon Williams. Penn State ( 1 2) 

68 — by Robert Neal, Miami (20) 

55 — by Cliff Austin, Clemson ( 17) 



OPPONENTS 

1982 

Penn State 

West Virginia 

N. C. State 

Syracuse 

Indiana State 

Wake Forest 

Duke 

North Carolina 

Miami 

Clemson 

Virginia 

Washington 



RUSHING AGAINST TERPS 



CARRIES 

49 
25 
22 
28 
36 
24 
32 
55 
44 
54 
27 
27 



YARDS 

159 

46 


23 

66 

83 

85 
179 

84 
164 

70 

63 



TD 




I 



4 
2 

I 

3 
I 




79 




1984 TERP SCHEDULE 



1985 TERP SCHEDULE 



Sept. 8 SYRACUSE 

15 VANDERBILT 

22 at West Virginia 
29 WAKE FOREST 



Sept. 7 PENN STATE 

14 at Boston College 
21 WEST VIRGINIA 

28 at Michigan 



Oct. 6 at Penn State 

13 NORTH CAROLINA STATE 

27 at Duke 



Oct. 5 at North Carolina State 
19 at Wake Forest 
26 DUKE 



Nov. 3 at North Carolina 

9 at Miami (Fla.) 

17 CLEMSON 

24 at Virginia 



Nov. 2 NORTH CAROLINA 

9 MIAMI 

16 at Clemson 
23 VfRGINIA 



The Athletic Department wishes to express their sincere and grateful thanks to these University Printing Dept. 
employees for their untiring work and efforts in publishing the Football Book. 

Charles Fisher, Director; Ralph Burgio, Ron Leonard; Rusty Jones, Richard Douglass, Joyce Hammond, Dave 
Tiplady, Photocomposition; Peter Brown, Proof Reader; Chuck Kuhn, Lee Tyson, Camera Room; Brian Knowles, 
Dennis Payton, Pressmen; Ron Gusack, Mo Landon, Bindery. 




MARYLAND BASKETBALL 

1983-84 



Date 






Opponent 


Site 




Time 


Nov. 


20, 


83 


U.S.S.R. 


College Park, 


MI) 


8:00 


Nov. 


26. 


83 


Johns Hopkins 


College Park, 


MD 


8:00 


Dec. 


!. 


83 


Ohio State 


Meadowlands. 


NJ 


9:00 


Dec. 


3, 


83 


Canisius 


College Park, 


MD 


8:00 


Dec. 


6, 


83 


Penn State 


Hershey Arena, PA 


8:10 


Dec. 


10, 


83 


Duquesne 


Pittsburgh Civic Center 


8:00 


Dec. 


14. 


83 


U.M.E.S. 


College Park, 


MD 


8:00 


Dec. 


24, 


83 


Boston College 


College Park. 


MD 


1:00 


Dec. 


29, 


83 


M.I.T. (Geo. Washington, 


College Park, 


MD 


7:00 & 


Dec. 


30, 


83 


LaSalle, Randolph-Macon) 


College Park, 


MD 


9:00 


Jan. 


4, 


84 


N.C. State 


Raleigh, NC 




9:00 


Jan. 


7, 


84 


William & Mary 


College Park. 


MD 


8:00 


Jan. 


12. 


84 


North Carolina 


College Park. 


MD 


8:00 


Jan. 


14. 


84 


Duke 


Durham. NC 




4:00 


Jan. 


17. 


84 


Clemson 


College Park, 


MD 


9:00 


Jan. 


21. 


84 


Old Dominion 


Norfolk Scope 


7:35 


Jan. 


28, 


84 


Notre Dame 


South Bend, 


IN 


TBA 


Jan. 


31, 


84 


Virginia 


Charlottesville 


, VA 


9:00 


Feb. 


4, 


84 


Georgia Tech 


Atlanta, GA 




3:00 


Feb. 


8, 


84 


Wake Forest 


Greensboro, NC 


7:30 


Feb. 


11. 


84 


Duke 


College Park, 


MD 


1:30 


Feb. 


13. 


84 


Dayton 


College Park, 


MD 


8:00 


Feb. 


18. 


84 


Clemson 


Clemson. SC 




1:30 


Feb. 


19. 


84 


North Carolina 


Chapel Hill. NC 


2:00 


Feb. 


22, 


84 


Georgia Tech 


College Park, 


MD 


8:00 


Feb. 


26. 


84 


Wake Forest 


College Park. 


MD 


2:00 


Feb. 


29. 


84 


N.C. State 


College Park, 


MD 


9:00 


Mar. 


4. 


84 


Virginia 


College Park. 


MD 


TBA